Welcome to Night Vale
A NoveleBook - 2015
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"From the counter, she could see the Man in the Tan Jacket outside. He was running out to the desert. She could just barely see him at the edge of the parking lot’s radius of light. His arms were swinging wildly, his suitcase swinging a long. His legs were flailing. Great puffs of sand kicked up behind him. His head thrown back, sweat visible running down his neck, even from where she sat – the kind of run that was from something, and not toward."
"The other option was to go to the public library. Few people came back from a visit to the library. There was one girl a few years ago that survived the Summer Reading Program at the Night Vale Public Library. The girl, Tamika Flynn, defeated the librarian that imprisoned her and her classmates using the switchblade hidden in every hardback edition of Eudora Welty's touching homecoming novel 'The Optimist's Daughter'. But few who have seen a librarian close up have survived or been in a physical condition to communicate."
""The search for truth takes us to dangerous places. Often it takes us to that most dangerous place: the library". You know who said that? No? George Washington did. Minutes before Librarians ate him."
"Only one in five spiders actualy seek higher education, the rest usualy sit around spinning webs and eating smaller insects."
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Welcome to Night Vale is a unique experience taking a book for a form. The story is about two women whos unlikely stories end up converging in an unlikely way. The story is not only entertaining the whole way throughout the book, but it has some very interestingly wholesome moments. This is a very unique story that is a rollercoaster that will most definitely keep you strapped in the whole time you're on the ride.
From the creators of the wildly popular Welcome to Night Vale podcast comes an imaginative mystery of appearances and disappearances that is also a poignant look at the ways in which we all struggle to find ourselves...no matter where we live.
Located in a nameless desert somewhere in the great American Southwest, Night Vale is a small town where ghosts, angels, aliens, and government conspiracies are all commonplace parts of everyday life. It is here that the lives of two women, with two mysteries, will converge.
Nineteen-year-old Night Vale pawn shop owner Jackie Fierro is given a paper marked "King City" by a mysterious man in a tan jacket holding a deer skin suitcase. Everything about him and his paper unsettles her, especially the fact that she can't seem to get the paper to leave her hand, and that no one who meets this man can remember anything about him. Jackie is determined to uncover the mystery of King City and the man in the tan jacket before she herself unravels.
Night Vale PTA treasurer Diane Crayton's son, Josh, is moody and also a shape shifter. And lately Diane's started to see her son's father everywhere she goes, looking the same as the day he left years earlier, when they were both teenagers. Josh, looking different every time Diane sees him, shows a stronger and stronger interest in his estranged father, leading to a disaster Diane can see coming, even as she is helpless to prevent it.
Diane's search to reconnect with her son and Jackie's search for her former routine life collide as they find themselves coming back to two words: "King City". It is King City that holds the key to both of their mysteries, and their futures...if they can ever find it. Credit: goodreads.com
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