14 October 2015

{Spotlight} The Book Of Names: Stories by Royce Leville

By: Me My Shelf And I | 14 October 2015 at 12:15 AM | | | |

Strange situations, unsolvable problems, secret lives, redemption and revenge. Who are the people behind the names? Frankie, Pavel, Willard, Esmeralda, Milo, Shannon … these are just some of the stories in The Book of Names.


The Book of Names
Author: Royce Leville
Release date: January 16, 2015
Publisher: Rippple Books
Pages: 243
Formats: Paperbook, eBook

There’s a benevolent locksmith with keys to every lock in town. There’s a serial-killing vet who harvests his victims’ organs. A paediatrician battling her own imaginary friends. A group of men locked inside a container, stranded at a harbour somewhere. A performance artist who can open a bottle of champagne in an extraordinary way. And more. Royce Leville’s second book is a mesmerizing collection of the bizarre, the off-kilter, the strangely normal and the cleverly humorous.

Royce Leville’s debut novel, A Little Leg Work, won the fiction category of the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The Book of Names is his second book, and it won the Australia/NZ section of the 2015 IPPY awards.

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