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The Book of Revelation /

Stepping out of his Amsterdam studio one April afternoon a dashing 29-year old Englishman is kidnapped by a trio of mysterious cloaked and hooded women who keep as their sexual prisoner, and subject him to eighteen days of humiliation, mutilation, and rape. Then, after a bizarrely public performance, he is released, only to be held captive in the purgatory of his own guilt and torment: The realization that no one will believe his strange story.

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  • "Stepping out of his Amsterdam studio one April afternoon a dashing 29-year old Englishman is kidnapped by a trio of mysterious cloaked and hooded women who keep as their sexual prisoner, and subject him to eighteen days of humiliation, mutilation, and rape. Then, after a bizarrely public performance, he is released, only to be held captive in the purgatory of his own guilt and torment: The realization that no one will believe his strange story."@en
  • "In an edgy psychological thriller that is as mesmerizing as it is profound, Rupert Thomson fearlessly delves into the darkest realm of the human spirit to reveal the sinister connection between sexuality and power. Stepping out of his Amsterdam studio one April afternoon to buy cigarettes for his girlfriend, a dashing 29-year old Englishman reflects on their wonderful seven-year relationship, and his stellar career as an internationally acclaimed dancer and choreographer. But the nameless protagonist's destiny takes an unthinkably horrifying turn when a trio of mysterious cloaked and hooded women kidnap him, chain him to the floor of a stark white room to keep as their sexual prisoner, and subjected him to eighteen days of humiliation, mutilation, and rape. Then, after a bizarrely public performance, he is released, only to be held captive in the purgatory of his own guilt and torment: The realization that no one will believe his strange story. Coolly revelatory, meticulously crafted, The Book of Revelation is Rupert Thomson at his imaginative best. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "On a bright spring day in Amsterdam a man goes out to buy a packet of cigarettes. He is a dancer, charismatic, talented and physically beautiful. What happens next takes him completely by surprise and marks him forever. He awakens to find that he has been abducted by three hooded strangers and subsequently imprisoned in a mysterious white room, which will have consequences that are both poignant and highly disturbing."
  • "On a bright spring day in Amsterdam, stepping out to buy a pack of cigarettes, a young man is accosted by three mysteriously cloaked women who hold him as their sexual prisoner. Those 18 days, and the subsequent years of his life, make this a wildly compelling and deeply disturbing novel."

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  • "Suspense fiction"@en
  • "Mystery fiction."
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  • "Fiction."
  • "Psychological fiction"
  • "Psychological fiction"@en
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  • "Suspense fiction."@en
  • "Suspense fiction."
  • "Psychological fiction."
  • "Psychological fiction."@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en

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