Unspeakable

Written By: - Date published: 9:26 pm, June 25th, 2013 - 4 comments
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Just in case you don’t know, Danyl’s book, Unspeakable Secrets of the Aro Valley, is now available for pre-order.

The description has a lot of sentences starting with “A”:

A sleepy bohemian neighbourhood.

An ancient legend from the ancient past.

A brilliant but troubled young writer.

A voluptuous healer.

A shadowy cult and its sinister leader.

A trail of riddles; a hidden artefact.

An explicit sex scene, then a struggle for ultimate power.

And a final, unspeakable secret.

Unspeakable Secrets of the Aro Valley is a dark and hilarious odyssey through Wellington’s underbelly.

Personally I’m in awe of anyone that can manage to write a whole goddamn novel, especially a good one. And I reckon this will be a good one. I’ve got mine ordered – you should too.

He’s also offered an open invite to his launch party in Wellington next week for anyone keen to drink VUP’s booze…

4 comments on “Unspeakable”

  1. Populuxe1 1

    Did someone get paid for this blatant advertising? Were is the sociopolitical angle?

  2. Disraeli Gladstone 2

    Bloggers look after each other. And Danyl is one of the funniest and best. I’d be sad if other New Zealand blogs weren’t posting about his book. I’m hoping it’s a cracker.

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