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To find a cult leader's killer, a former detective must literally give up his body in this award-winning work of literary horror—"A dark treat" (AV Club).
Nominated for the Shirley Jackson award and winner of the ALA/RUSA Best Horror novel, Brian Evenson's Last Days is an intense, profoundly unsettling down-the-rabbit-hole detective noir. Kline is a former detective who's cool head in the face of a brutal amputation makes him the perfect candidate to infiltrate a dark cult that believes amputation brings one closer to God. Kline is tasked with finding the cult leader's killer. But to get to the truth, Kline must lose himself—literally—one body part at a time.
Last Days was first published in 2003 as a limited edition novella titled The Brotherhood of Mutilation. Its success led Evenson to expand the story into a full-length novel. In doing so, he has created a work that's disturbing, deeply satisfying, and completely original.