Shelfabuse.com has five eBook copies of Mark Fisman’s Coffee to give a way. It’s a surreal but hyper-stylish graphic novel that will appeal to fans of such writers as William S. Burroughs, Hunter S. Thompson and Jeff Noon. A preview containing the first two chapters of Coffee can be read at http://marcfiszman.com.
From my Coffee review:
“Coffee takes us through a bizarre world of insane marketing, mind-expanding drugs, sexual cravings, sausage cars, geometric abstraction, hyperdimensional slavery… and, of course, coffee. On occasion, also fish. Just when it’s beginning to make some semblance of sense, Fiszman adds or removes another layer of reality from Coffee, and you’re left stranded once more, ever bewildered but never bored.”
For the opportunity to read the entire digital book (PDF) for free, simply email here with ‘Coffee Comp’ in the subject. In exactly a month’s time, five confused souls will each receive a download link to the eBook.
Coffee will be available from 20th August as a 385pp. print-on-demand paperback (£9.99) and DRM-free PDF eBook (£3.99), both available through Marc Fiszman’s site at marcfiszman.com.