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[ Ebook ] ➩ Immortown Author Lily Markova – Viagraonl1ne.us

Immortown After A Tragic Accident On Set Which Might Or Might Not Have Been Her Fault , 18 Year Old Indie Film Actress Freya Aurore Flees From Home And Finds Herself In Immortown She Is Not Entirely Sure How She Ended Up Here, But One Thing Is Certain This Town Is Unusual To Start With, Local Buildings Have An Annoying Habit Of Disappearing Right In Front Of Her Eyes Strangers Keep Attempting To Murder Her And Seem Confused As To Why That Upsets Her So Much Everyone Spends An Indecent Amount Of Time In This Bar Called The Drunk Dead Among Other Shady Characters, Freya Encounters Here An Occasionally Deceased Waiter A Woman Claiming To Be Dating Freya S Brother, Who Has Been Unavailable For Such Matters Or Anything Else, Really For A Year Now An Actual And Bloodthirsty Ghost Named Dude An Obsessed Fangirl And A Moody Young Artist, Kai, Whose Paintings Tend To Come True Which Would Be Wonderful And Not Creepy At All, Were He Not Such A Vile And Selfish Manipulator In The Rare Moments When She Is Not Busy Trying To Survive, Freya Is Looking For A Way To Escape From This Place, But They Say Once You Re Trapped Here, You Can Never Leave Immortown A Town That Smells Like Ashes, Where Fiery October Leaves Are Forever Falling, Thick As Snow, Where Art Comes To Life, And Staying Alive Is An Art In Itself Where Music Matters And Death Doesn T.This Is An Atmospheric And Melancholy Novel Sprinkled With Dark Humor And Harboring An Entire Ocean Inside.

    10 thoughts on “[ Ebook ] ➩ Immortown Author Lily Markova – Viagraonl1ne.us


  1. says:

    I read this book in one sitting, which is always a good sign Especially as the paranormal isn t my usual fare The author, very quickly, succeeds in engaging the reader in a complex plot And she has created characters, bo...


  2. says:

    Immortown is a unique kind of story that has its own style I liked the fact that it wasn t a usual type of plot and that the way the characters were described felt authentic and a little creepy at times The author did an excellent job keeping the book fresh while adding in some surprise...


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    This was a strange book I have never read anything gothic or bizarre before It was confusing at times with the narrative switch and dark all the time There were bits of humor here and there My favorite would be Your sarcasm is the third reason on my list for thinking ...


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    Lily Markova is the best unsigned writer of literature in the world today.Justice, if you do exist somewhere in your ivory tower of airy promises, please read that line again.I swear I will return and revise that statement if I find another rookie novelist with no publishing deal who can elevate prose to the same standard as Lily Markova, The Loneliest Whale being the current benchmark The crazy thing is, this one isn t her best book but it represents a prototype of literary craft that forewarns of a pen scratching ability rising up with every title.Immortown is Lily Markova s second book, the one from the shades, the bleak moments of dying candles and lowered voices, whispers at a wake, personal loss and an edge of self protection, all drawn into a singularity of otherworldly unfairness that has become a location, a genius loci that endures and entraps in a town that no longer exists Is remembrance useful or does it stop us living Mortality then, as a theme Cruelty and entropy enter the story too, again shaped by the spirit of place and the w...


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    Famous actress Freya Auror suddenly finds herself in a very odd town where the townsfolk spend all their time consuming powerful substances and killing themselves She soon discovers she s trapped, yet not all hope is lost Maybe there s a way out for her, a way to escape the clutches of Immortown Or just maybe she ll remain there until she fades WARNING This review contains minor spoilers I received this book in exchange for my honest review My thanks goes to Lily Markova for giving me the opportunity In truth, I m not a believer in life after death or anything like that, but Immortown definitely left me thinking and probably will continue to do so for a while to come I didn t know what to expect and from what initially started off as serious confusion, turned to fascination as the story progressed and events were explained I ve never read anything quite like it before so, for me, it was certainly unique Markova clearly has a lot of talent, from the way she writes to the overall tone of her work the latter being how well she implemented the dark, disturbing feel yet could pull off the oc...


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    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review at onlinebookclub.org You can read my official review here summarize my feelings for the book at first I was skeptical Stuff was just kind of weird, and things just didn t seem to make any sense But then I kept reading, and I was so glad I did Stuff fell into place like some kind of mosaic jigsaw puzzle it looks so random when you look at each individual piece, but when you step back and take a look at ...


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    Reviewed by Liz Konkel for Readers Favorite Rating 5 Stars Immortown by Lily Markova is an irresistibly dark read with strange and charming characters Freya is still processing the death of her brother by putting her focus on her job as an actress Then an accident on set changes everything Suddenly she finds herself in Immortown A strange town that Freya can t quite figure out, full of even stranger characters The first person she meets claims to be the girlfriend of her late brother, which she knows is impossible When she arrives at the Drunk Dead, she receives mixed messages from the various patrons then she finds a guy dead in the tub only moments later to find him not so dead An artist named Kai seems to have a connection to her and his paintings have a strange tendency to come to life, but she s not sure she can trust him She doesn t know how she ended up here, but she ll do whatever she can to leave Immortown Lily Markova switches perspectives between Freya and Kai, which gives contrasting views to the town As a resident, Kai is so used to the strange events that they re all normal to him, while Freya is new to town so she sees everything in a strange and slightly twisted way She stumbles into this whole other world similar to Alice...


  8. says:

    This was a very well written story.It is different and you find yourself trying to figure out what is actually happening I found it flowed well and kept me interested until the very end This was my firs...


  9. says:

    Watermelon sugar.This book reminds me of in Watermelon sugar A book I read 50 years ago in school Lines are drawn between the living and the dead But both mingle together through out the story Twist and turns o...


  10. says:

    This is not the easiest book I have ever read, stylistic I would even call it awkward But when the world is full of simple formulaic books that are written in familiar patterns reading then something with interesting quirks that takes a different approach is both refreshing and engaging Immortown is full of quirks, which seemed a little jarring at first but which drew me into them as I read further Until the quirks became all the appealing.The narrative is a progression of first person memoirist viewpoints which slip between two characters The first narrative character is Freya an actress who plays her roles almost too well Running from a tragedy on the set of her latest film and in search of answers to the earlier one of her brother s death She slips between the real world and the ghostly haunted world of Immortown Confused and lost in this strange world she struggles to come to terms with what may have happened to her, and the first side of the narrative is in part driven by this confusion The second narrative character is Kai In part his is the interesting portrait of wo...

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