Random House presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The Book of Mirrors by E.O. Chirovici, read by Corey Brill, Jonathan Todd Ross, Pete Simonelli and George Newbern.
The one audiobook you won't forget in 2017.
A gripping psychological thriller full of hidden fragments and dark reflections.
How would you piece together a murder?
Do you trust other people’s memories?
Do you trust your own?
Princeton, 1987: renowned psychologist Professor Joseph Weider is brutally murdered.
New York, 25 years later: literary agent Peter Katz receives a manuscript. Or is it a confession?
Today: unearth the secrets of The Book of Mirrors and discover why your memory is the most dangerous weapon of all.
"I loved this twisty mind game! The Book Of Mirrors starts with a secret manuscript about a cold-case murder and then uses a host of characters and perspectives to make you look in every direction but at the truth. Who is lying? Is anyone's recall perfect? This isn't just a very clever thriller---it leaves us wondering how much we subconsciously manipulate our own memories to protect ourselves." (Julia Heaberlin, best-selling author of Black Eyed Susans)
"The Book of Mirrors is exactly what I look for in a thriller: a great concept, brilliantly executed, smarter than it seems and knotty enough to keep you guessing. Like the best stories about memory, it leaves the reader wondering what's true and what isn't." (James Smythe)
"This Romanian author's debut novel in English is an agile and provocative exploration the tricks memory can play." (Sunday Times)
"An impressive first novel, intelligent and well written." (The Times)
"This twisty, brilliantly written tale of a grisly unsolved murder at Princeton asks if we can truly trust our own memories. This nuanced, multi-layered book has a cracking plot to boot and will be devoured by thriller fans." (Sun)
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More Smoke Than Mirrors
Interesting concept, well structured