• Darren Dash

Undeniably entertaining

"Dash’s surreal tale has its share of unsettling moments; two of the most disturbing entail Riplan learning what type of currency the city dwellers use and the origin of their preferred drink. There’s also an abundance of intriguing peculiarities, from beasts that run amok when the moon turns crimson to men who do a nightly task when everyone’s asleep."

I was very pleased when An Other Place picked up a positive review from Kirkus -- indeed, it was one of their recommended reads. If you would like to read the whole review, click here:

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