In 2000, Mark Z. Danielewski’s experimental horror novel House of Leaves twisted many a reader’s mind. He returns with Only Revolutions, the story of a relationship told from the points of view of both participants, and laid out flipped and side-by-side. In Danielewski’s novels, when the plot twists and turns, the prose follows suit, bending your readerly mind. And as Only Revolutions follows two perpetually teenaged, perpetually in love characters, you won’t be able to help getting caught in an enthralling labyrinth of story and layout.
Added by bostonsteamer on September 6, 2006