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Never, under no circumstances, should anyone ever go to Almanby: it’s basic common knowledge. But the protagonists of this novel all have reasons, more or less solid, to ignore this and embark on a road-trip to Almanby. What follows is a journey that is surreal and trippy, with countless twists and turns, which is the perfect combination of absurd: tense and spooky. 


Possessing a cinematic quality that emphasises the unsettling nature of the story, this novel is best enjoyed going into it with only a general idea of its content and a willingness to accept everything the journey to Almanby reveals.

Lost in the Garden; Adam S. Leslie

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