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We're pleased to be issuing this new edition of John Kaiine's widely-acclaimed novel.
London 1992. Four ex-psychiatric patients are bequeathed a Victorian asylum by their psychoanalyst. Jerusalem Lamb, madman, lurks in the Church of Rust, a magpie-faced God chooses his victims, the Voices cheer him on. Devastation and secrets unfurl. And the circus is coming to town...
'A dark and twisted slant on the lunatics running the asylum, including a serial killer who would have Michael Meyers running for his mother.'
'It's as if Monty Python decided to produce Peake's Gormenghast. Other times, it's Lewis Carroll's version of Silence of the Lambs. ...There's nothing quite like it.'
'This account of madness, violence and other wordly is expansive and self aware. ...Ghastly, ridiculous, poignant and beautiful.'
Farren Miller Locus Magazine
'A remarkable, haunting and atmospheric novel.'