Get a cheeky peak inside of one of 2015’s most unique reads: ‘Illuminae’ by Amie Kauffman and Jay Kristoff

Illuminae Ray V6FrontOnlyA2A_V3.inddWhen we first opened this book, we weren’t quite sure what we were looking at. A distinct lack of neat paragraphing, dialogue often roaming free without quotation marks…not even the pages the words were printed upon were blank. But as page after page slips by, you come to love this daring style of prose.

If you haven’t heard of ‘Illuminae’ by now, we feel sorry for you, and if you haven’t got your hands on it, we are even more sorry. To ease your undoubted sorrow over not experiencing this bizarre sci-fi, we’re giving you a look inside it for free.

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Written by Laura Fulton

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