The third book in Leger's uncategorizable triptych turns its lens onto Italian performance artist Pippa Bacca who was tragically murdered while hiking across Europe in a wedding dress to promote world peace. This harrowing story, told in Leger's agile, exploratory and gorgeously labyrinthine prose, raises questions about womanhood, justice and what it means to make art in the world. To be consumed in one sitting and mulled over forever.
If you haven't read it, read it. Very simple.
Kolbert's signature brilliance in honing in on what we need to see, the exce
Horror for the reality tv era, this novel scared the hell out of me. The way Paul Tremblay layers past and present is brilliant. Reading this book is like entering a crumbling old haunted house, only you soon realize you're not sure what's real and what has been engineered.
Reading this novel is like standing up just as a train jerks into motion, unsettling and graceful all at once. Brilliant.
True crime that reads like a literary thriller, American Fire shines a precise light on a corner of rural America and the fires they could not explain.