Generation Loss is a gritty, patient thriller that invests as much in character and setting as it does in plot. You might not like Cass Neary, but you'll want to follow her on her strange excursion to a wintry island off the coast of Maine -- an excursion that becomes, quite unexpectedly, a mystery revealing unspeakable horrors. Reading this, I felt so cold . . .— Morgan
A photographer finds herself in deep waters when sent in search of a reclusive artist.
About the Author
Elizabeth Hand is the bestselling author of fourteen genre-spanning novels and five collections of short fiction and essays. Her work has received multiple Shirley Jackson, World Fantasy and Nebula Awards, among other honors, and several of her books have been New York Times and Washington Post Notable Books.