In this "farfetched" story of reincarnation among the beautiful people, an actor stumbles upon traces of his previous lives. "In what begins as a highly literate parapsychological puzzler, Carroll shifts gears into fantasy and fairy tale, with results that may not be wholly satisfactory to fans of any one genre," commented PW.
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In Carroll's masterpiece, Sleeping in Flame, what begins as a brooding,witty and bittersweet novel--think Paul Auster or Haruki Murakami--about a film actor and his desire for the... Read morePublished on Oct. 9 2002
If you are looking for a reading experience like none that you have had before Jonathan Carroll's "Sleeping In Flame" might just be the book for you. Read morePublished on Sept. 4 2001 by edzaf
_Sleeping in Flame_ is a mystic journey, both for the characters seeking to find themselves and for the audience--who, after a few hundred pages, no longer know exactly what to... Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2001 by Roger T. Whitson
For anyone who knows who David Lynch is (the guy who did Twin Peaks and Wild Thing)I'm telling you this book is like reading one of his movies! Read morePublished on July 18 2001 by Deanya D. Batista
This book has two halves, the simplistic second ruining the interesting first.
The first half was complex, with good characters and a number of intriguing potential... Read more
I've only read two books by Jonathan Carroll so far, this one and The Voice of Our Shadow. This is my favorite of the two, mainly because Voice of Our Shadow is closer to being a... Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2001 by Earl P. Dean