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Mouse Hardcover – August 1, 2017
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“A complex and tangled story intense with significance. Highly recommended.”
—Farah Mendlesohn, Hugo Award-winning editor of The Cambridge Companion to Science Fiction and author of A Short History of Fantasy
“A clever and compelling mash-up of magical realism and fantasy, Mouse will hold you in its mystical grip until the very last page.”
—Deb Loughead, author of The Snowball Effect and The Secrets We Keep
“Beautifully written, part ghost-story, part mystery, part love letter to anime and part mind-expanding exploration of teen relationships, the wonderful novel Mouse is unputdownable. From the opening interactions between Mouse, Bliss, Anna and Kai to the final gorgeous pages and surprising endings, and beginnings all over again, this is a book that will make you believe in the impossible.”
—Alice Kuipers, award-winning author of Life on the Refrigerator Door
About the Author
Richard is a writer, editor, and graduate student based in Boston, where he lives with two beautiful women, one of whom happens to be a cat. Mouse is his first novel.
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The best books leave you wanting to know more about novel's world and its characters, and that is how I feel after reading Mouse. There's so much that I would love to be able to explore further and know more about.
Mouse pulls you in, is very well written so you can relate and sometimes feel sorry for the main characters involved.
Just when you think you might have it figured out, you dont it makes for a great twist!