Winner of the Gival Press Novel Award
A dystopian novel about a man's imprisonment and his memory, with echoes of Kafka and Orwell.
“A piercingly eerie . . account of a prison sentence.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Capturing the befuddlement of sustained imprisonment, the dystopian novel Redshift, Blueshift focuses on a man who's alone in a cell, and who becomes a prism through which to explore multiple interpretations of reality.” —Susan Waggoner, Foreword Reviews, 4 Starred Review
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