A Certain Experience of the Impossible
OUT OF PRINT – last few limited copies left
Publisher: FireCrest Fiction (15th June 2009)
Paperback: 160 pages
Dimensions: 15.24 x 0.94 x 22.86 cm
Has Harold Pinter collided with the Priory of Sion, in this strange tale? Or has Jean Baudrillard met his fate at the hands of Dennis Wheatley? Perhaps Paul Auster has been talking to the Third Policeman? A dazed man crosses England by night in an inscrutable luxury car. Hardly knowing who he is or where he’s going, he feels he might have been awake for a thousand years. Then, at a grand and desolate mansion where he chances to call, he stumbles on a gathering of strangers, whose welcome is as effusive as it’s baffling… At the heart of it all, and of their bizarre scheme, is the enigmatic Martin. But is he mad, blessed, or cursed? Or exactly what he says he is?