Published by Damnation Books
A successful abstract painter, Eden, struggles with
addiction and survival. Haunted by a snake and
a rhinoceros, she's forced to choose between
innocence or knowlege, hallucinations or reality,
life or death.
"Much of the pleasure of this book comes from the detailed and poetic prose, and how
well it drew me into Eden's character... and since she's often at the mercy of strange
happenings, so was I. I like experiences like that, and too rarely find them. If you do too,
try this book." - Amazon Review
"EDEN FELL is sure to provoke strong punches. Bravo to Lily for such a daring and
edgy tale!" - Books Illumination
"Eden Fell is a very impressive first novel that reads like a long short story. Still, the
pacing is consistent, the progression logical, and in every way its lyrical style and crisp
charizations makes it a satisfying... disturbing... reading experience." - New York Journal of Books
"The story is exquisitely written. but the author's use of metaphors can be slightly
distracting at times. That said, she writes with such unbridled intensity that you find
yourself striving to understand the complexities of the story just so you can catch a
glimpse of the bigger picture. Lily, the great talent that she is, makes everything clear
in the end. This is chick-lit with bloody razorsblades attached." - Morpheus Tales
"It's out of this world, literally!" - Pen and the Muse
"She's (Eden) a woman you want to cheer and see redeemed... but can she really atone
and be normal when she's fought with normalcy her whole life? This is reminiscent of
Sylvia Plath's poems such as 'Mad Girl's Long Song' or 'Monologue at 3 A.m'." - Bitten by Books
Check this space for all upcoming books!
To feed your addiction for the meantime, read all of Lily's published short stories and poetry in The Vault.
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