Two authors, whom I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing and reading, have joined creative forces to write a book.
Chaos is Come Again, courtesy of John Dolan and Fiona Quinn, officially releases today to glowing reviews.
Read my review below, and don’t miss this one!
CHAOS IS COME AGAIN is off-the-wall addictive!
In Chaos is Come Again, an oddball mix of characters converge in a tale replete with human foibles, a serial killer, and a fantastical love story. While merging the outlandish with the sacred and the absurd with the believable, it unapologetically tramples political correctness to a pulp.
There are so many unique hooks to pull you in.
Sensationalist author, Travis Bishop, is hiding in London after fleeing death threats from his home country. Some of his fellow Americans are not taking kindly to his blasphemous re-invention of Judas as a saint and Jesus as a vampire. Of course, his publisher demands an immediate sequel to his masterpiece.
Then there’s Teagan. Not since Stephen King’s, Annie Wilkes, have I met such an unforgettable villainess. She is no masterpiece, but she is certainly a piece of work.
And how about a modern-day romance spawned on Twitter? Two people bantering from opposite sides of the world with only 140 characters—flirtatious and fun, but can it lead to love? In reading their conversations, one might think it bizarrely possible.
And there’s more, much more …
Despite the intricate dance of deception and obsession throughout multiple story threads, the mood of the book is defiantly upbeat. This can only be attributed to the propulsive storytelling of its authors. Much in the style of Tom Robbins, the pairing of John Dolan and Fiona Quinn has created a novel that defies genre and easy summation. You must read the book to experience its indescribable chaos, so do yourself a favour and grab a copy!
PS. Just when you thought 42 was the answer to everything, you’ll discover 23 is actually the ultimate meaning of life.
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“Excellent wretch! Perdition catch my soul
But I do love thee! And when I love thee not
Chaos is come again.”
Sean hears voices in his head.
Travis snorts cocaine.
Teagan thinks she’s the next Lady Gaga.
Avery has the boss from Hell and a mother with dementia.
And Goose thinks he can catch a serial killer.
‘Chaos is Come Again’ is a psychological suspense, a mystery, and a love story – loaded with irreverent humour, and viewed through the lens of obsession.
WARNING: This book contains references to Judas Iscariot, a dwarf and a performing monkey.