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House of Leaves

Mark Z. Danielewski

Discover an astonishing novel that took the internet by storm: House of Leaves. Follow the story of a young family who moves into a small home on Ash Tree Lane, only to discover their house is bigger on the inside than it is on the outside. Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Will Navidson and his companion Karen Green face the consequences of this impossibility, including a growing abyss and an unholy growl that soon consumes their dreams. You won't be able to put down this terrifying tale, complete with original colored words, vertical footnotes, and newly added appendices.
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@Tyrvani @GeekandSundry @Hydra_Lord @VoiceOfOBrien @executivegoth @Marisha_Ray @LauraBaileyVO @WillingBlam @MaryEMcGlynn @willfriedle House of Leaves.      source
Today’s random pick is House Of Leaves by Mark Danielewski — one of the few books I own bicoastally. It’s about a haunted house and it’s long and weird and the first time I read it I got completely obsessed and remember exactly where I was when I finished it.      source
This is a book that you have to hold because there are parts of it where you need to turn it upside down to read it. It's an entire sensory experience.      source
@MCAsche House of Leaves by Mark Danielewsky. Read it 20 years ago when it came out, it's stuck with me like almost no other book. It's just otherworldly.      source