How do crimes vanish in plain sight? How does one resist a repressive regime? And who gets to shape the truths we live by and take for granted? The Twilight Zone pulls us into the dark portals of the past, reminding us that the work of the writer in the face of historical erasure is to imagine so deeply that these absences can be, for a time, spectacularly illuminated.
A Note From the Publisher
Finalist for the National Book Award for Translated Literature
“The Twilight Zone is wildly innovative, a major contribution to literature.” —The New York Times Book Review
“Fernández has found an answer to an urgent question: making art is inadequate always, but powerful nonetheless.” ―Claire Messud, Harper’s Magazine
“There is an incantatory quality to Nona Fernández’s The Twilight Zone, a feeling of walking, as though under a spell, and then accidentally tripping into the murky unknown." ―The Paris Review
|DURATION||6 Hours, 40 Minutes|