Finch: A thrilling standalone from the Author of ‘Annihilation’
- Amazon Kindle Edition
- VanderMeer, Jeff (Author)
- English (Publication Language)
- 353 Pages - 03/01/2011 (Publication Date) - Corvus (Publisher)
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I can’t remember ever reading a book like Finch. Audacious… extravagant… macabre. I’m impressed, Stephen R. DonaldsonFungal noir. Steampunk delirium. Paranoid spy thriller . . . A clear signal, if one were ever needed, that VanderMeer remains one of modern fantasy’s most original and fearless pioneers, Richard K. MorganWow, what a cool novel. Heavy with shadows and dark as sin detective fantasy… Hell I loved it. In fact, I’m a little jealous, Joe R. LansdaleFinch just blew me to hell and gone… I loved the meeting of the grime and the sublime and oh so beautifully crafted… Think Cormac McCarthy… with an amazing nod to Lovecraft and still that doesn’t capture the spell this novel casts, Ken BruenFans of the avant garde will appreciate VanderMeer’s latest work. VanderMeer skillfully pairs horror motifs with dreamlike imagery, Wall Street Journal[An] intriguing and highly original novel… VanderMeer can write beautifully, Washington Post –This text refers to the paperback edition. Award-winning writer Jeff VanderMeer’s novels have been published in fifteen languages and made the year’s best lists of, among others, Washington Post Book World, Publishers Weekly, Wall Street Journal, and San Francisco Chronicle. In addition to editing more than a dozen influential fiction anthologies, VanderMeer’s nonfiction has appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and Miami Herald. He has worked with rock bands The Church and Murder by Death, as well as PlayStation Europe, on various projects and currently serves as the assistant director of the Shared Worlds teen writing workshop (Wofford College). He lives in Tallahassee, Florida, with his wife Ann VanderMeer, the editor of Weird Tales. –This text refers to the paperback edition. 2010’s cult novel. A fever dream detective story that blends the best of James Ellroy and Philip K. Dick, Cormac McCarthy and China Miéville, John le Carré and J G Ballard –This text refers to the paperback edition. Read more
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