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R³ Paperback – December 12, 2013
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The plot begins as a singular linear point of view of an outlaw, a murder mystery, and in a couple of chapters that single point of view unravels into multiple interconnected threads; as if the plot was shot through a language prism and fragmented into multiple paths which quintessentially are one and the same. The real beauty is that the style of the writing and how the story unfolds seamlessly mirrors the inner psychology of the character and the macro themes of the book.
It's a dark, twisted and strangely poetically poignant tale that manages to capture the psyche and imagination of the reader and completely transform itself and the reader from an initially basic narrative into an abstract deconstructed world that remains cohesive enough to tie in the explosion of threads through its internal space and time. The plot's greatest achievement is its ability to mirror the psychology of the main characters fragmentation and decent into insanity, which oddly becomes the most cohesive and enlightening state in an absurd world. It's a metaphysical and deconstructionist journey that is chilling in its ability to form absolute clarity out of a plot that quickly divulges into total chaos.Read more ›
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