Hey all, October’s already winding down and I’ve totally dropped the ball, but here’s a recommendation today of a book that I’ve devoured.
Night Film by Marisha Pessl. I’ve heard people calling it an “ultimate guilty pleasure,” but I have no idea what that means. My love for this book is overt, non-guilty, and exuberant. It’s a creepy read, but I had such a good time.
The story involves a reclusive filmmaker, whose disturbing films (and fans) make Kubrick look like Ron Howard, his missing (?) daughter, a disgraced reporter, and a whole lot of weirdness. It’s a big book, but I read it quickly, just couldn’t put it down.
If you read it or have read it, let me know what you think!