|Publisher||Drawn and Quarterly|
|My Copy||hardback copy|
|First Read||January 09, 2022|
The River at Night
A really impressive work of art. A twisty, looping, fractured set of stories all sort-of happening while one man tries to fall asleep, after drinking too much coffee. It's like, obviously good, but I found the actual experience of reading WAY too much like the experience of not being able to fall asleep, with your mind running in circles but incapable of forming a useful thought. I found it very unpleasant.
Noted on January 11, 2022