the witnesses are gone

The Witnesses Are GoneThe Witnesses Are Gone by Joel Lane

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Read this novella in one sitting. Martin Swann finds an old videotape of an unsettling film by French director Jean Rien, and becomes obsessed in finding more about the auteur. Swann experiences an unnamed terror, a terrible unease, while overseas another kind of terror escalates as the US wages war against Iraq. Loved this. The language gave the story an ethereal quality, as though it were a dream.

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