Some interesting science pointing to daydreams as a crucible of creativity.
“There is something of Beckett here in their cruel conversations that never get to the heart of the matter, that always seem to affirm Galen’s slim hold on reality. At turns savage and comic, Vann’s richly complex novel does what the best literature does: It makes demands on its readers.”
“Smart, sharp, and relentless, TRY THE MORGUE flies like a bullet. A smashing debut that I couldn’t put down.” -Tess Gerritsen
“The sparks that this story throws out becomes a current that circles the agitated kids and their parents, electrifying the atmosphere as they grapple with what happened. Hilderbrand (Silver Girl) has a gift for building tension, and the reader will be willing to do just about anything to discover the real reason why Penny would drive herself, her brother, and her boyfriend over an embankment into oblivion.”
“Alpha is a fantastic book and a great start to a new series by Greg Rucka. I enjoyed the rapid pace, the action and the well developed characters Rucka created. I hated the moments when I was forced to put the book down and take care of my daily chores. I was constantly trying to find a few minutes alone to read as much as I could. It was a story that I enjoyed very much. Can’t wait to see what else Rucka has for me!”
“This book succeeds on any number of levels. It’s a brilliantly paced thriller that keeps its villains at a tantalizing distance, a compelling family portrait, a study in morality that goes beyond the usual black-and-white judgments, and an entertaining spin on classic football fiction. A flawless performance.
A compulsively readable novel about brothers on opposite sides of life.”
Robert Morrison, author of The English Opium-Eater: A Biography of Thomas De Quincey
Donald Thomas, author of Villains’ Paradise
Chris Payne, author of The Chieftain