The Wave

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CRD3X1qW8AAxRXl“haunting, existential… reminiscent of the best of Kafka mixed with quantum physics.  A book you will want to read more than once.” ~BookHive

When μ returns home to find a sinister screenplay has arrived from Brazil it propels him on a quest to track down a character he believes to be called Ddunsel.

As μ’s search progresses it slowly becomes entangled with two parallel tales – the stories of DOWN, a troubled publisher, and David Bohm, a real-life quantum theoretician in post-war São Paulo.

The Wave combines multiple narratives to blend metafiction, historical fiction and screenplay as each of the characters struggles to understand what is real and what is fiction.

Just how far is it from London to Gotham City? Or from Paul Auster to Pierre Menard for that matter?  Some people may think these sorts of questions are idle and ultimately meaningless but this book is not for them.

The Wave is one of three novels published by Dead Ink via their Arts Council-funded project PublishingTheUnderground.

Artwork for The Wave by Lola Dupre.

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