Silent Symphony – Editorial Review

The Silent Symphony and graffiti

The first editorial review for the Silent Symphony is in! The Self Publishing Review was so kind as to take a look at my novel. It’s a surreal experience having your work judged, but this is what it takes to be a writer.

In the meantime, I am working on several other projects, so this kind of feedback will help me. If you have read any of my stuff, please consider reviewing it! This is the only way in which I can improve.

Editorial Review

“A philosophical, surreal, and irresistible dive into a Nameless City, The Silent Symphony by Marcel M du Plessis is a mind-expanding narrative too weird to be ignored and too wise to be untrue. A series of cryptic characters choose “fatal acts of desperation” and every shrugging misstep is shadowed by the pervading sense that no one and nothing is what it seems, unraveling itself with Kafkaesque levels of psychological symbolism. Cas, Warrick, and Kat form the novel’s magnetic core of artists, dreamers, writers, and wild ones, taking readers on a cerebral journey through a bizarre and eerily silent world, for a wholly original and exhilarating work of visionary dystopian fiction.” ★★★★½

Self Publishing Review

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