Bailed out of jail and holed up in a low-rent motel, amnesiac Eric Ashworth has only the memory of a woman’s name: Desiree. With steadily increasing doses of a strange new hallucinogen, Ashworth finds that the drug allows him to reassemble his past in broken fragments. But as he begins to lose touch with the present, his distinction between truth and fantasy begins to crumble, creating a world where divisions between love and loss, violence and tenderness, and fact and fiction are less discernible than they ought to be.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- 18 07 2018
Better on Audiobook
I would have given up on this book in 5 pages if I would have tried reading the novel. It was an easy listen in the background of my work day though. I thought the story was just ok. A lot of wading through descriptors to get to a small payoff at the end. I thought Craig did a great job reading his own writing.
- George H. Cox
- 12 07 2010
If you are not having enough nightmares on your own, this book will help. It is an excruciating bad dream that achieves artfulness at a price.
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