Lights Out in Wonderland
"There's no name for my situation. Firstly because I decided to kill myself. And then because of this idea: I don't have to do it immediately.
Whoosh - through a little door.
It's a limbo."
Gabriel Brockwell decides to use his limbo to escape from rehab and find the most decadent party for a farewell from life. His adventure takes him via Tokyo to Berlin, where a shadowy elite conspires to mount a banquet to end all banquets in a vast forgotten bunker under the city.
Lights Out in Wonderland is an allegorical whirlwind of adventure in decadent late capitalist times.
It also includes a damned good recipe for tiger.
"Pierre's writing is heady, reaching glorious heights of linguistic invention." -Independent
"Pierre pulls a gonzo evisceration of these grim times in his high-octane third novel - a fusion of William Gibson's intelligence with Hunter S. Thompson's manic energy." -Publishers Weekly