Sarah, Harriet, and Boris are Outcasts Searching for solace in their own private fantasy worlds. Mourning the recent death of her best friend, Marshall, Sarah tries to find comfort in the countless horror movies she loves. Harriet, Marshall's mother, grieves by immersing herself in the serenity of her farm. Then there is Boris. A sixteen-year-old orphan with dreams of writing the ultimate zombie novel, he spends his nights sneaking away from a youth home and his days dreaming of Rex, a beautiful but savage classmate. It is this fascination that sets in motion a violent chain of events that ultimately tests the boundaries of the three misfits' obsessions and leads the novel to its brutal and startling conclusion.
"Elegantly written". -- Time Out New York
"The ripple of danger beneath the surface of Scott Heim's In Awe should serve as a warning to anyone expecting a casual ride: this is a book that means to take you to places.... The story draws us forward toward its heart like the best of spiderwebs". -- Jim Grimsley
|Hardcover Book, 304 pages||English|
|HarperCollins Publishers (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780060186876||5.85 x 8.57 x 1.16 inches|
|Psychological Fiction and Literature|