Mike Robinson has earned plenty of praise around these parts (you can read reviews for The Green-Eyed Monster here and The Prince of Earth here) . There’s a reason for that: the man’s work is top notch. Mike’s certainly one of the “new breed” of authors out there kicking tail and taking names. He’s turning out quality stories on a steady basis and fans of the dark side are really beginning to take note.
Robinson’s latest, Negative Space was released just days ago. While physical copies haven’t been made available just yet, you can get your hands on the ebook right now by visiting this link.
Here’s the official synopsis:
Negative Space tells the story of a provocative Los Angeles painter named Max Higgins, on the verge of local fame.
The secret to his work’s haunting allure? He collects photos of missing persons and incorporates them into his paintings, giving the often melancholy faces, as he puts it, a “home in his work.” This fascination stems from the bizarre disappearances of people he knew growing up, including his father.
Then, one day, someone recognizes a face in one of his paintings, and he is suddenly thrust into a journey as surreal as anything from his brush, a journey into his past that will determine irrevocably his future.
Sounds like a killer concept, and knowing Robinson’s tendency to offer extremely stimulating reads, you can bet we’ll be one of the outlets fronting the charge for this one. The man just doesn’t disappoint.
Again, pick it up right here, and be sure to frequent the site, we’ll let you know when you can pick up the paperback!