Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Into Bones Like Oil by Kaaron Warren | Book Review

  Today Teresa recommends INTO BONES LIKE OIL by Kaaron Warren. Check it out!


Into Bones Like Oil by Kaaron Warren

"People come to The Angelsea, a rooming house near the beach, for many reasons. Some come to get some sleep, because here, you sleep like the dead. Dora arrives seeking solitude and escape from reality. Instead, she finds a place haunted by the drowned and desperate, who speak through the sleeping inhabitants. She fears sleep herself, terrified that the ghosts of her daughters will tell her “it’s all your fault we’re dead.” At the same time, she’d give anything to hear them one more time."

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Teresa's Review

Angelsea is a place to go to deal with your grief, to escape reality. But sometimes trying to escape your own reality brings others’ reality crashing in. Into Bones like Oil is dreamy and ambiguous, a séance with no breaks, where the dead walk through the hallways of your mind at all hours, causing your grief to blossom and consume you, rather than find a way forward. There be ghosts here.

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