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Devil House
Written by:
John Darnielle 
Read by:
John Darnielle 
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
11 hours 20 minutes 
March 01 2023 
Available Date:
March 01 2023 
Age Category:
Fiction; Psychological Fiction 
Bolinda audio 
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GBP£ 21.98
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New York Times bestselling author
Award winning author

From John Darnielle, the New York Times bestselling author and singer-songwriter of the Mountain Goats, comes an epic, gripping novel about murder, truth and the dangers of storytelling.

Gage Chandler is descended from kings. That’s what his mother always told him when he was a child. Years later, he is a true crime writer with one grisly success – and a movie adaptation – to his name, along with a series of subsequent less notable efforts. But now he is being offered the chance for the big break: to move into the house where a pair of briefly notorious murders occurred, apparently the work of disaffected teens during the Satanic Panic of the 1980s. Chandler finds himself in Milpitas, California, a small town whose name rings a bell – his closest childhood friend lived there once upon a time. He begins his research with diligence and enthusiasm, but soon the story leads him into a puzzle he never expected – back into his own work and what it means, back to the very core of what he does and who he is. Devil House is John Darnielle’s most ambitious work yet, a book that blurs the line between fact and fiction, that combines daring formal experimentation with a spellbinding tale of crime, writing, memory, and artistic obsession.

'It’s never quite the book you think it is. It’s better.'
Dwight Garner, The New York Times

'Devil House has all the gross-out hallmarks of horror and true crime while also questioning the moral implications of the genres.'
Los Angeles Times

'This masterwork of suspense is as careful with its sharp takes as it is with the bread crumbs it slowly drops on the way to its stunning end. It operates perfectly on many levels, resulting in a must-read for true crime addicts and experimental fiction fans alike.'
Publishers Weekly, Starred Review