A horrifying, heartbreaking, mindfuck of a book—a book unlike anything you will ever read. Schwartz has a unique stylistic approach that uses repetition, disorientation, and a kind of confessional alienation to map interior spaces’ topologies, causing rooms to speak, bringing colonial homes’ blueprints and the imagined people that populated their rooms to a bloody sort of life.

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