Aletheia by J.S. Breukelaar is just edge-of-your-seat GRIPPING.
Just saw this – couldn’t be more honored to be on this list. Very cool. Thanks so much to Adrian Shotbolt for reading and for digging. The Grim reader reviewed Aletheia way back when – here’s the full review.
Blown away and grateful to be listed among such stellar talent. 2017 Aurealis Awards shortlist announcement
Here is part of what Peter Tennant, over at Black Static had to say about Aletheia. This is a densely written, complicated and ambitious novel, touching on themes of memory and betrayal. There are many things that stand out, not least of which is the superb characterisation. We get the back story of each character,…
Author Nick Kaufman has me on his blog to talk about the scariest part of writing Aletheia. It couldn’t end at that moment of total narrative collapse, but it was really difficult for me to see beneath its broken structure at that point. And there was another thing. It wasn’t just the story that had…
And this – Gamut Magazine publish an excerpt from Aletheia – thanks Richard Thomas for all you do.
J David Osborne has me on his show to talk about Aletheia, spiders and endings.
Angela Slatter is the WFC award-winning author of The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales, Sourdough and Other Stories, The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings, Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales, A Feast of Sorrows: Stories and Black-Winged Angels, as well as Midnight and Moonshine and The Female Factory (both with Lisa L….