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A unique neo-noir psychological novel written in verse, inspired by the works of Raymond Chandler and filmmaker David Lynch.
The story evolves around Hobs, a young adult, trying to fathom the mystery surrounding the sudden disappearance of Jenni, the girl he’s fallen in love with, and her associations with Mike Bilk, a local businessman who is running for office. As he journeys deeper into the dark underbelly of his idyllic suburban hometown he starts to lose his grip on reality, not knowing what is real, what isn’t, and above all if there is anyone left he can trust.
About the book:
- High-quality, B-format hardback
- Approx. 288 pages, 23,000 words
- EXCLUSIVE pledge levels.
Praise for Giles Paley-Phillips’s One Hundred and Fifty-Two Days
‘Oh God, a novel made up of poems about a teenage boy whose mother is dying and it captures so much sorrow and confusion. It’s BRILLIANT’ Marian Keyes
‘Giles Paley-Phillips has written a beautiful honest heartstopping book poem about grief. His enormous gorgeous heart is laid bare. Thoroughly recommended’ Dawn French
‘This book is superb, moving and beautiful’ Nick Offerman
‘Giles writes with such elegance, he finds the very pinpoint of a scene and conveys it so precisely, it feels as though you are standing there alongside him. Just wonderful’ Joanna Cannon, author of The Trouble with Goats and Sheep
‘Will resonate with anyone who has suffered a loss’ Julia Bradbury
‘A soul-stirring exploration of loss, grief, and hope; its raw melody will stay with me for a long time’ Susie Dent
‘A beautiful, perfect book’ Kate Mosse