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The Friendly Examiner 2

Louis Marvick

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Status available
Release Date Spring 2019
Limitation 170 copies
Size 13 × 24 cm
Pages 90
Weight 235 g
ISBN 978-3-945795-15-6
Edition numbered edition
Workmanship Thread-stitched hardcover, illustrated boards, colour endpapers, head- and tailband, silk ribbon page marker.

Content

“Strange damps are rising from cracks in the earth, damps that someone has been distilling into heady liquors with which to cloud the mind of Philosophy. Who is responsible for these volumes of graveyard poetry, these Gothic novels that set at defiance the hard-won standards of reason and verisimilitude? Diderot himself has developed a taste for them, and seems ready to topple into the grave. When he disappears, it is up to the Friendly Examiner to find him—at hazard of his own life and the happiness of Fabienne, his wife, who goes looking for him when he fails to return…”

— Louis Marvick

About Louis Marvick

Over the span of merely a decade, Louis Marvick has developed a unique prose style of rare elegance, complex beauty and a subtle moral attentiveness in the weird genre. After the novel The ‘Star’ Ushak (Ex Occidente, 2010), the novella The Madman of Tosterglope (Ex Occidente, 2013), and a collection of short stories and novellas, Dissonant Intervals (Side Real, 2016), he has recently written a novel in three episodes whose first two parts have just been published by Zagava.

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