Brian Evenson’s Immobility

Jeff VanderMeer • April 5th, 2010 @ 9:47 am • Uncategorized

My blurb for Brian Evenson’s latest, and the initial description, with cover.

“Immobility is a shock to the system. It makes you wonder why you ever read any other noir. The style is brilliant, becoming strangely less concrete the more we find out, as if the words are somehow disintegrating with the character. The inversion by novel’s end, the so-called twist, is perhaps the most perfect and natural I’ve ever read—so good that no matter how hard you try to figure it out ahead of time, you’ll fail. Immobility confirms Evenson’s ability to colonize your brain much like the best visionaries, from J.G. Ballard on down.”

5 Responses to “Brian Evenson’s Immobility”

  1. Paul Jessup says:

    SOLD. I need to read this book.

  2. Brian Lindenmuth says:

    I’m mad that I can’t order this right now.

  3. Hellbound Heart says:

    i’m going to culture replicas of myself so that i can read all of the books that i wanna read…..


  4. JimR says:

    But…but…it hasn’t been WRITTEN yet.

    Poor guy’s got a big road ahead of him.

  5. Kelly Rich says:

    Have you seen this repressing thing yet?
    I used to have a copy of this book and it’s amazing. I kind of want a hard back of it!

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