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Oh, the stories you'll hear when two friends come together in the wake of a personal tragedy.Intense and densely layered, Involuntary Bliss is the latest intriguing story from the award-winning young Canadian writer Devon Code. Situated in modern-day Montréal during a weekend in late August, two young men attempt to restore their friendship.From the streets of Montréal's Plateau to the mountainous hillsides of Machu Picchu and beyond, this high-spirited picaresque investigates themes of mortality, idealism, and transgressive art from the perspective of two young men, who have met up in modern-day Montréal during a weekend in late August in an attempt to restore their friendship.Readers of literary fiction who appreciate stylistically sophisticated and edgy novels will happily lose themselves in this circuitous story that combines the dark humor and elements of psychological compulsion of Thomas Bernhard and Roberto Bolaño with the ******, narrative momentum and intimations of violence in the novels of Haruki Murakami.
Number of Pages: 169
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Publisher: Small Pr Distribution
Author: Devon Code
Street Date: October 17, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-41-6685