81 Nightmares

Nightmares Immerse yourself in the dreamlife of Jay as they navigate hospital hallways and forest paths process traumatic events and unearth buried memories as they confront a nemesis that emerges out of their

  • Title: 81 Nightmares
  • Author: Mark William Lindberg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Immerse yourself in the dreamlife of Jay as they navigate hospital hallways and forest paths, process traumatic events and unearth buried memories, as they confront a nemesis that emerges out of their unrelenting stream of nightmares, a disgusting horror they can only call the monstrosity Emerging queer author Mark William Lindberg presents a unique debut novel that walImmerse yourself in the dreamlife of Jay as they navigate hospital hallways and forest paths, process traumatic events and unearth buried memories, as they confront a nemesis that emerges out of their unrelenting stream of nightmares, a disgusting horror they can only call the monstrosity Emerging queer author Mark William Lindberg presents a unique debut novel that walks us into the dark depths of a sleeping psyche.

    One thought on “81 Nightmares”

    1. I am not happy. I scream at it. I scream. I don’t want to look at it but it’s too disgusting too fascinating, I can’t look away, I just scream while I look.Some weeks ago, I read this interview with the author, and, wow, this kinda made me want to read all his books. I'm going to break rules. I'm going to try new things. I'm going to approach my work with an open mind and an open heart, and I'd love a reader who can do the same!I just woke up from 81 Nightmares and phew… I’m dazed. Jus [...]

    2. In his first novel Mark William Lindberg creates a terrifying world of nightmares in eighty-one chapters, each building upon a cyclical and structurally complicated foundation of fear and drastic confounding imagery. The piece seems to arise from a bedrock of binary identities - the sun and the moon, the living and dead, the male and the female - and explodes it into a gory pile of meat strewn down hospital hallways, through dark forest floors, and vaporized in the obliteration of society, its s [...]

    3. 2.5Original idea, and that's why I rounded up. Still, the result wasn't convincing for me. The violent attack on the narrator Jay comes back again and again, this is disturbing, and this effect is sought by the author, but in the end it is too repetitive.

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