Before I start with the content, I offer you a snippet from my first ever review at Innsmouth Free Press: "A Book of Tongues" by Gemma Files.
A Book of Tongues can be best described as “haunting”. The prose is lyrical. It coils, sedates and is addictive as opium fumes. It’s much an enchantment as it is a snare, which snaps around the reader and drowns him in the book’s stark vividness. The story reads like a fevered, fragmentary dance, divided into three books, which roughly equate to exposition, build-up and resolution.
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