The Orphan I Am Chronicles – 102


House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski is my favorite book I’ve ever read. It’s impact on the literary world was with an immediate admiration for the authors style as well as a profound appreciation for such a challenging imagination with such complex and original characters.
I admit, its not an easy read which only adds to unwillingness to put the book down and further explore the story within the story, to dive into the treasure of the authors footnotes. Although fiction, I could not help but to believe that the Navidsons Record was genuine and to pray that one day, a feature film would be made.
Remember this name, Johnny Truant, a character who deserving of a place on the big screen with all the endless possibilities the house offers. Give the novel a try, peace tone


~ by tonekinchloe on June 19, 2014.

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