At the End of Every Day

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Atria Books
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6.3 X 9.0 X 1.2 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author
Arianna Reiche is a Bay Area-born writer living in east London. Her award-winning fiction has appeared in Glimmer Train, Ambit magazine, Joyland, and Popshot, and her features have been published by New Scientist, USA TODAY, VICE, The Wall Street Journal, and Vogue. She researches metafiction and lectures in interactive media at City, University of London.
"Arianna Reiche's At the End of Every Day takes us deep inside a dying--and sometimes deadly-- theme park. Filled with richly detailed descriptions of the world her possibly unreliable protagonist, Delphi, knows best, Reiche's unique take on the epic quest--featuring creepy bots, a death cult, subterranean realms, and more--compels you to hang on for the wild genre-and-mind-bending ride." --Laura Sims, author of Looker and How Can I Help You
"Arianna Reiche's At the End of Every Day is a smart and surprising escape room of a novel, transforming America's theme park urban legends and pop culture mythologies into something darker, stranger, weirder--or else only making clear what dark and strange and weird holds such amusements have always had on us." --Matt Bell, author of Appleseed
"A dreamlike, unsettling narrative that frequently slides into the uncanny valley. Readers are in for an eerie, psychological roller-coaster ride."--Publishers Weekly
"Through all of her pop-culture references and sci-fi filigree, Reiche maintains a charming prose style. I circled many deft phrases while reading ... [An] extraordinary creative reach."--New York Times Book Review
"A debut for those more enamored by a rusted, retro amusement park than Disneyland, this novel follows a loyal employee at a collapsing theme park who questions her sanity after a Hollywood starlet dies on-site, and employees start disappearing. It reads like a roller coaster dropping headfirst into the uncanny valley."--NYLON, Best Books of July