The Delphi Room by Melia McClure

The Delphi Room

byMelia McClure

Kobo ebook | August 20, 2019

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Welcome to the afterlife: “A daring and original feat of the imagination . . . transporting readers to an alternative reality that reflects our own” (Nancy Richler, author of The Imposter Bride).

Is it possible to find love after you’ve died and gone to Hell? For oddball misfits Velvet and Brinkley, the answer just might be yes. After Velvet hangs herself and winds up trapped in a bedroom she believes is Hell, she comes in contact with Brinkley, the man trapped next door. Through mirrors that hang in each of their rooms, these disturbed cinephiles watch the past of the other unfold—the dark past that has led to their present circumstances. As their bond grows and they struggle to figure out the tragic puzzles of their lives and deaths, Velvet and Brinkley are in for more surprises. By turns quirky, harrowing, funny, and surreal, The Delphi Room explores the nature of reality and the possibilities of love.

“A clever novel with a unique approach, The Delphi Room both challenges and entertains. . . . The characters are full of life, painted with an emotional depth and affirming the wild complexity that is the human condition.” —Quill & Quire

“A surreal, visual journey through the unknown.” —The Book Stylist

Title:The Delphi RoomFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 20, 2019Publisher:ChiZine PublicationsLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990057815102

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Welcome to the afterlife: “A daring and original feat of the imagination . . . transporting readers to an alternative reality that reflects our own” (Nancy Richler, author of The Imposter Bride).Is it possible to find love after you’ve died and gone to Hell? For oddball misfits Velvet and Brinkley, the answer just might be yes. After Velvet hangs herself and winds up trapped in a bedroom she believes is Hell, she comes in contact with Brinkley, the man trapped next door. Through mirrors that hang in each of their rooms, these disturbed cinephiles watch the past of the other unfold—the dark past that has led to their present circumstances. As their bond grows and they struggle to figure out the tragic puzzles of their lives and deaths, Velvet and Brinkley are in for more surprises. By turns quirky, harrowing, funny, and surreal, The Delphi Room explores the nature of reality and the possibilities of love.“A clever novel with a unique approach, The Delphi Room both challenges and entertains. . . . The characters are full of life, painted with an emotional depth and affirming the wild complexity that is the human condition.” —Quill & Quire“A surreal, visual journey through the unknown.” —The Book Stylist