Published: June 21, 2015 (Kindle)
Published: September 2015 (ePub & Print)
Publisher: Dumagrad Books
When the moon disappears, Daniel Hale is shocked to find that he’s the only person who remembers it. He is quickly committed. As he struggles to comprehend what might have happened to the moon - and to himself - only his doctor, the tenacious Marvin Pallister, holds out hope that Daniel might be cured of his delusion - now dubbed Hale-Pallister’s Lunacy.
A virtuoso vanishing act, a cerebral puzzle in die-cut pieces - and a startling meditation on loss.
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This book was beautifully written, though in my opinion it had little flaws it was powerful and riveting.
From award-winning author David Hull (Prairie Fire Long Fiction competition), a mesmerizing novella about perception and longing...
The book was fast paced, it held me there, demanding that I finish it. The whole concept of the story was very unusual and I had never seen anything like it. I have to say the only part that slightly threw me off was the ending, I had a hard time figuring out what was happening even though I reread it many times, I found it hard to comprehend that scene. I wish we had found out more about the moon's disappearance, though perhaps the author threw in a few hints and I simply didn't catch them. Overall this book was well written I definitely see talent in this authors work, the book was eye catching and a good read overall I just didn't find the end very satisfying. The setting probably could be a little more fleshed out but the author did an amazing job with this book.
“The moon. Just as he remembered it. Shining in an empty room."
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
The Man Who Remembered the Moon, a novella, will be published by Dumagrad Books as a Kindle Single in June 2015, and as a paperback and epub in September.
AUTHOR LINKS: Webpage | Twitter @dumagrad