Sara Gran (Author)
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May 31, 2011
5.04 X 0.52 X 7.98 inches | 0.32 pounds
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About the Author
Sara Gran is the author of the novels Saturn's Return to New York, Dope, and Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead, the first in a detective series. Her work has been published in over a dozen countries and in nearly twice as many magazines, newspapers, and literary journals. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Sara Gran now lives in California.
"I could not stop until I reached the very last line."
--Bret Easton Ellis "Ideal for an evening's reading, with a kick that will stay with the reader for days afterward."
--Dallas Morning News "Sara Gran has written an intelligent horror story, a literary creepshow that works its magic subtly and well. It's a marvel of restraint and taste, and still it worms its way under your skin and stays there."
--Darin Strauss "Sara Gran's Come Closer ought to carry a warning to readers. It's impossible to begin this intense, clever, beautifully written novel without turning every page. A wonderful accomplishment."
"I read Come Closer on the train, in a snowstorm, on a cold December night. It was the right atmosphere for this perfectly noirish tale of madness and love. Author Sara Gran writes with scalpel-like clarity, expertly blending tones to create a new kind of psychological thriller. I loved this book. Days after finishing it, it has not left my mind."
--George Pelecanos "'What we think is impossible happens all the time.' So claims the beguiling narrator of Come Closer, and after reading this spare and menacing tale, the reader has to agree. Sara Gran has created a sly, satisfying (fast!) novel of one young woman possessed not only by a demon but also by her own secret desires."
--Stewart O'Nan "Come Closer is sharp and strange and, best of all, at the moment of truth it doesn't flinch from its own mad logic."
--Sam Lipsyte "The Yellow Wallpaper meets Rosemary's Baby in a slim, wonderfully eerie novel."
--Kirkus Reviews "Polished and unsettling."
--The Cleveland Plain Dealer
"It gave us the creeps."
--Arizona Republic "About as twisted as they come."