Part of a five-week tour all across the country, Jeff VanderMeer’s in-store appearance coincides with the release of his new noir fantasy novel Finch. The novel has gotten rave reviews from the likes of NYT Bestsellers Stephen R. Donaldson, Tad Williams, and Richard K. Morgan, and even inspired a soundtrack by rock band Murder by Death. Mystery icon Ken Bruen says of the novel, “Rarely has a novel got it all. Think Cormac McCarthy, via David Goodis, with an amazing nod to Lovecraft.” Publishers Weekly writes, “his deft mix of genre-blurring style with a layered plot make this a joy to read.” Others have compared Finch to the work of Martin Smith Cruz, William Burroughs, and John LeCarre. From the award-winning, bestselling author of the cult classic City of Saints & Madmen. Also available: Jeff’s Booklife: Strategies & Survival Tips for the 21st-Century Writer, the first book to blend traditional career and creativity advice with the best ways to thrive in our new internet-based world. (JeffVanderMeer)
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