The Cipher by Kathe Koja
There’s nothing at the center of Kathe Koja’s novel The Cipher. Even less than nothing—a kind of black hole that has opened up spontaneously in the floor of a neglected second story storage room in Nicholas’s down-and-out apartment building.
It’s hard to describe, because there isn’t much to describe. “Black. Not darkness, not the absence of light but li…
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