What occurs whilst the experience you have made from issues stops making sense?
'Unsettling and bewildering. i used to be completely hooked' - Sam Baker, The Pool
Winner of the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize
Jean Mason has a doppelganger.
She's by no means obvious her, yet others* swear they have.
*others | noun. a unusual choice of drug addicts, rip-off artists, philanthropists, philosophers and vagrants – the regulars of Bellevue Square.
Jean lives in downtown Toronto along with her husband and childrens. The proud proprietor of a thriving book place, she doesn’t rattle simply – unlike she used to. yet after of her consumers insist they’ve noticeable her double, Jean comes to a decision to enquire. interest grows to obsession and shortly Jean’s matters shift from the id of the lady, to her very own.
Funny, darkish and spectacular, Bellevue Square takes readers down the existentialist rabbit gap and asks the query: what occurs whilst the experience you’ve made up of issues stops making sense?
'Highly unique, appealing and unsettling. Michael Redhill takes a desirable premise and turns it into whatever totally mesmerising. I loved it' - Chris Whitaker, writer of Tall Oaks and All the depraved Girls
'An bold and engrossing novel by way of a author on the peak of his powers' - G J Minett, writer of Lie in Wait and The Hidden Legacy
'Mystifying and haunting… as alluring because it is unsettling' - Toronto Star
'Echoes of premises mined by means of the likes of Philip ok. Dick, Kazuo Ishiguro and Stephen King... our admiration of Redhill's storytelling dexterity burgeons' - Globe and Mail
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