Monument Maker (David Keenan)

Monument Maker (David Keenan)


Monument Maker
David Keenan

ISBN 9781474617093


    White Rabbit, 2021

    160 x 242 mm, Hardcover



    Dustjacket: Very Good.

    Cover: Very Good.

    Inner: Very Good.




    Signed first edition. Comes with 'Full-length Mirror' booklet.


    Synopsis: Is it possible for books to dream? For books to dream within books? Is there a literary subterranea that would facilitate ingress and exit points through these dreams? These are some of the questions posed by David Keenan's masterly fifth novel, Monument Maker, an epic romance of eternal summer and a descent, into history, into the horrors of the past; a novel with a sweep and range that runs from the siege of Khartoum and the conquest of Africa in the 19th century through the Second World War and up to the present day, where the memory of a single summer, and a love affair that took place across the cathedrals of Ile de France, unravels, as a secret initiatory cult is uncovered that has its roots in macabre experiments in cryptozoology in pre-war Europe.