The Grief Hole

The Grief Hole

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There are many grief holes. Theres the grief hole you fall into when a loved one dies. Theres another grief hole in all of us; small or large, it determines how much we want to live. And there are the geographical grief holes, the buildings that attract sorrow and loss and are filled with ghosts. Theresa sees these ghosts better than most, but can she figure out how to close the holes? This edition (with spectacular jacket designed by artist Keely Van Order), has six unique, chilling illustrations by Keely Van Order).
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Product details

  • Hardback | 338 pages
  • 155 x 230 x 22.35mm | 694g
  • SQ Mag Pty Ltd
  • Australia
  • English
  • 1925496058
  • 9781925496055
  • 2,159,233

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Kaaron Warrens The Grief Hole is a powerhouse of a novel; creepy, disturbing, and genuinely moving. Theresas interventions and, of course, the devastating aftermaths will haunt you long after you finish this book. -- Paul Tremblay, author of "A Head Full of Ghosts and Disappearance at Devils Rock" Kaaron Warren's writing is always simple, elegant and deadly. Its like quicksand - a few steps in and you are waist-deep and never, ever getting out. She writes with the logic of a madwoman - which is to say that her words are irrefutable and have the terrifying ring of truth. The Grief Hole may be my favorite of all her books - sentence for sentence, as always, she makes me feel like a fraud for calling myself a writer. The Grief Hole put me immediately into a world I wish I'd never seen and never wanted to leave." Leslie Bohem, Emmy Award winner Winner of Best Novel in the 2016 Australian Shadows Awards, Best Horror Novel in the 2016 Aurealis Awards and Best Novel in the 2016 Ditmar Awards (as well as the Canberra Critics Award and ACT Writers and Publishers Award for best fiction)
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About Kaaron Warren

Bram Stoker Nominee and Shirley Jackson Award winner Kaaron Warren has lived in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Fiji. Shes sold many short stories, three novels (the multi-award-winning Slights, Walking the Tree and Mistification) and six short story collections. Through Splintered Walls, won a Canberra Critics Circle Award for Fiction, two Ditmar Awards, two Australian Shadows Awards and a Shirley Jackson Award. Her story Air, Water and the Grove appeared in Paula Gurans Years Best Dark Fantasy and Horror. Her IFWG published novel The Grief Hole, won an Australian Shadow Award and an Aurealis Award. Warrens award-winning fiction tackles the themes of obsession, murder, grief, despair, revenge, manipulation, death and sex.
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Rating details

72 ratings
4.23 out of 5 stars
5 47% (34)
4 36% (26)
3 11% (8)
2 4% (3)
1 1% (1)
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