Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Opposite of Art feature

Well, the blog tour for The Opposite of Art by Athol Dickson is today. I've got about 100 pages through, as I started last night. I will be posting the review tomorrow, hopefully. But, since the tour is today, I'll give some information about the book.

Synopsis: A great artist is cast into the icy Harlem River by a hit-and-run driver. His heart stops, and he sees something that defies description. Presumed dead by all who knew him and obsessed with the desire to paint the inexpressible, he embarks on a pilgrimage to seek help from holy men around the globe. But is it possible to see eternity without becoming lost within it? After a quarter of a century, when the world begins to whisper that he may be alive, two people come looking for the artist: the daughter he never knew existed, and the murderer who hit him on the bridge all those years ago.

The premise is intriguing, and the plot is unique, so far. The imaginative quality is great too. It's caught my attention...

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