Welcome to Talk of the Town on this bank holiday weekend. We have an exciting book for your reading pleasure so pop the kettle on, put your feet up, slice a piece of cake and share with us your bookish posts and news!
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We’re continuing to showcase Dr Jekyll and Mr Seek by Anthony O’Neill which is a sequel to Stevenson’s Strange of Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. So do read on for more info….
Praise for Dr Jekyll and Mr Seek
‘Mastery of storytelling is its hallmark. . . . O’Neill is boldly and rightly convinced of his power to engross us’ HERALD SUN on Scheherazade
‘A superior example of the craft’ GUARDIAN on The Lamplighter
‘An awesome thriller. In terms of style alone, O’Neill’s book is in a class of its own’ GLASGOW HERALD on The Lamplighter
‘As terrifying as a child’s nightmares – and as wonderful as waking from them’ KIRKUS REVIEWS on The Lamplighter
‘Inspired lunacy…satisfying on every level’ THE WALL STREET JOURNAL on The Dark Side
Constantly threading on the blurred lines between reality and fantasy, madness and reason, self-serving delusions and brutal truths, this atmospheric novella honours, complements and subverts the timeless classic all in one.
Seven years after the death of Edward Hyde, a stylish gentleman shows up in foggy London claiming to be Dr. Henry Jekyll. Only Mr. Utterson, Jekyll’s faithful lawyer and confidant, knows that he must be an impostor – because Jekyll was Hyde. But as the man goes about charming Jekyll’s friends and reclaiming the estate, and as the bodies of potential challengers start piling up, Utterson is left fearing for his life . . . and questioning his own sanity.
This brilliantly imagined and beautifully written sequel to one of literature’s greatest masterpieces perfectly complements the original work. And where the original was concerned with the duality of man, this sequel deals with the possibility of identity theft of the most audacious kind.
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Print Length: 256 pages
Publisher: Black & White Publishing
About the author
Anthony O’Neill was born in Melbourne but has since moved to Edinburgh. He is the author of Scheherazade, The Lamplighter, The Empire of Eternity, The Unscratchables, and The Dark Side. Film rights to The Dark Side have recently been purchased by 20th Century Fox for development by Oscar winning screenwriter Steven Zaillian.
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I’m sharing with you my thoughts on The Feed by Nick Clark Windo which is described as a “chilling, dystopian page-turner with a twist that will make your head explode”. I’m looking forward to reading all your bookish news! 🙂
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