Impossible Object was the first Nicholas Mosley book that I ever read, and it completely blew me away and led to my obsession with Mosley's work. Over the past decade, I've given this book out to a lot of my friends, talked about it to various booksellers and other readers, and more often than not, they have told me it was a "life changing book." At it's core, this is a book about love, or rather, the impossibility of love. Taken by themselves, each of the eight sections in this book are brilliant: a family plays a game in their basement that ends tragically, a writer in a pub observes the complicated emotional dance of a couple having an affair. But the way that these stories come together is what I most like about this book.
|Publisher:||Dalkey Archive Press|
|Number of Pages:||219|
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