Author(s): Alex Garland
Subject: The story of a man in a coma, trying to get out.
Reader's Notes: This is a very short book, and I recommend it immensely. Actually, I read it about six months ago, and forgot to make a post about it, but here you go. The thing that I really loved about it was how BELIEVABLE I thought it was -- it honestly read like someone's dream sequence. I bought it utterly. And it was so slickly done, including the gorgeous block-print illustrations between chapters that are black on one side and faded gray on the other, like a dream that really does smear into itself. This book is awesome, and such a quick read -- I think I read it in a total of two hours.