An Infinity of Mirrors

Ian Gouge
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Genres: Contemporary, Memoir/Biographies. Format: Multiple. Views: This Week 189, Total 431.

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Given his profession as a Historian, it was inevitable that Mark would find himself one day writing the biography of his late father, the acclaimed author Charles Packard. As his biographer, Mark is blessed with a wealth of material: first-hand experience, his fatherís own work, the testimonies of his Aunt, and Charlesí friends, colleagues - and enemies.

Yet what he uncovers is unexpected, revealing elements of his fatherís life that resonate with his own. The parallels he reveals begin to intrude in a very tangible way on Markís interpretation of own his life, his history becoming more closely aligned to that of his father.

Instead of being the closing of a chapter, a sealing up of the past, the biography proves to be something far darker, unleashing personal daemons that Mark could never have anticipated.
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