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The Host in the Attic by Rohan Quine is a hologram of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, digitised and reframed in cinematic style, set in London’s Docklands in a few years’ time.

Brilliant software engineer Rik and executive Jaymi work at digital agencies in London (surely unaware that their fates are destined to echo those of Basil and Dorian, respectively the pain
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Published 2014 by EC1 Digital
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Jane Davis
Apr 07, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
You know how it feels when you come out of a really good comedy night and think you're funnier than you actually are, but no one else is laughing? Then you'll understand why I am to trying to resist the temptation to be clever with words. I would also be doing the author a dis-service. Because, although Rohan Quine is a master of words, his world is also accessible, and it's a place you definately need to visit. With echoes of Jennifer Egan's Good Squad, Quine captures all that is beautiful, but ...more
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Feb 22, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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Rohan Quine is an author of literary fiction with a touch of magical realism and a dusting of horror. He grew up in South London, spent a couple of years in L.A. and then a decade in New York, where he ran around excitably, saying a few well-chosen words in various feature films and TV shows, such as "Zoolander", "Election", "Oz", "Third Watch", "100 Centre Street", "The Last Days of Disco", "The ...more