“Not much is known about this novel, but based on Kelso’s previous work I Dream of Mirrors sounds dark, twisted, and disturbing.”
A man with no name, no allegiance to race or nation.
And only the city of mirrors holds the key to his existence.
“My bones feel new, brittle. You won’t have heard any apocryphal stories about me because no one seems to know anything about me. My body is a sheet of paper from a worn manuscript, folded into the origami shape of a man. My life has been stuffed into a satchel and carried to publishers. Its words are my words.”
Why we’re excited about this book:
From the imagination of the author of Unger House Radicals and Shrapnel Apartments comes the latest by Chris Kelso. Not much is known about this novel, but based on Kelso’s previous work I Dream of Mirrors sounds dark, twisted, and disturbing. John Langan (author of The Wide, Carnivorous Sky and Other Monstrous Geographies, The Fisherman) says: “Chris Kelso writes in a style of broken glass and razor blades, barbed wire and gasoline.” Releasing 1 February 2019 from the Sinister Horror Company, I Dream of Mirrors by Chris Kelso is available for pre-order now.
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