Looking for a good thriller to read around Valentine's Day? Well look no further!
Celebrate Anti-Valentine’s Day with us at COMMUNITIES READ on February 13th with a very unromantic book discussion! We’ll be meeting IN PERSON, local author Geoffrey Visgilio and discussing his book Switch, a psychological thriller about marriage.
☆ Register through Eventbrite to join the in-person book discussion on Monday, February 13th at 6pm.
☆ Get the book through the library catalog.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Taped to a chair in the kitchen, Evelyn Coretti fears the worst. Her husband, Miller, once so attentive and loving, is threatening to kill them both and burn their house to the ground – though he means to interrogate her first. About what? A power is growing inside of Evelyn – one so alien she doesn’t know if she can hide it any longer. But is what’s happening to her real? Or is it a fearful tumble into madness? Is Miller, no stranger to insanity himself, courting a breakdown of his own? Or is a force far more unstable and far more dangerous than either of them setting the two up for a showdown that can only end one way?Before this night is over, secrets will be revealed, a disintegrating marriage will finally come apart, and Miller and Evelyn Coretti will push each other to their very limits. And then beyond.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
GEOFFREY VISGILIO is the award-winning author of Believe (2014), Switch (2017), Falling into Grace (2021), and the upcoming novel, The Bullshit Artist (2023). A mix of sherpa, shaman, and shrink, he is an unflinching tourguide into the beyond. A profound awakening experience launched him on an exploration to the very edges of the known. He returned with great humility and an existential curiosity that is tireless. He is a Rhode Island native and lives in the city of Providence, where he communes with spirits, both ethereal and distilled.
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