By Joel Betancourt
Joseph Amator is a ceramic artist putting the pieces of his life back together. He is preparing for his first one-man-show, while cleaning up after a disastrous love affair, and now, after meeting his ex-girlfriend’s lover, Joseph’s recurring nightmares are coming true. The monsters and horrors in his dreams have awoken and connect Joseph to a man once loved by the same woman he is trying to forget. A man with deep green eyes and deep dark secrets. A man whose power can leave anyone’s flesh as cold, as white, and as lifeless as the clay skin of a porcelain doll.
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Betancourt shows a genuine perception of relationships and just how brittle they can become. Flawless characters coloured with a pallette of realistic emotions ensure the reader will be turning pages well into the nether hours, then deciding they need the lights on to sleep. A shattering debut novel, from an author to be watched.
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