Days Between Stations by Steve EricksonIn a world of cataclysm and unraveled time, a young womans face, a misbegotten childhood in a Parisian brothel, and the fragment of a lost movie masterpiece are the only clues in a mans search for his past. Steve Ericksons Days Between Stations is the stunning, now classic dream-spec of our precarious age -- by turns beautiful and obsessed, haunted and hallucinated, in which lives erotically collide, the past ambushes the future, and forbidden secrets intercut with each other like the frames of a film.
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Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. This novel has completely turned my views around on what good writing is supposed to be. I want to go back and remove stars from some other titles just to show how strong this 5 star title is. How inconsiderate! How dare you drench this novel in such rich language, coupled with magical imagery, unforgettable characters, and a tale of heart wrenching unrequited love. You will yearn for more, you will want to write nasty letters to the author advising him that he has raised the bar far too high.
Six-word review: Reflecting the light, windows become mirrors. Extended review: When I face writing a review of a book that mystified me, it's less like a challenge and more like a dare. How much of He paid his money and bought a ticket, and went into the theater and sat, alone in his row, waiting for the lights to fall and the screen to flicker for him, and he knew that it was this moment he had Regarded as a central figure in the avant-pop movement, Erickson has been compared to J.