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  • Conner Habib writes with an hallucinatory precision, and a kind of merciless humanity, about the poisonous work of repression. His forebears-Poe, Highsmith, even classical tragedy-are clear, but his originality is clearer still. Hawk Mountain is a work of strange, glittering darkness.

    Mark O’Connell
  • Dripping with menace from the first page, this story of childhood enemies meeting up fifteen years later is utterly enthralling. Brilliantly written with homoerotic undertones, this savage tale is uncompromising in its reflection of teen friendships and isolation, and unflinching in its examination of the delicacy of the human body. There is gold among the gore. I found it compelling, shocking, and beautiful.

    Liz Nugent
  • The opening lines of Hawk Mountain plumet you into an atmosphere of creeping dread and precarious restraint that won't let up until the final, shocking moments.

    Caitlin Doughty, bestselling author of SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES
  • Hawk Mountain is a suspenseful, shocking and ultimately poignant study of anguished conflict, both domestic and internal. Incisively written and intensely imagined, it's the novelistic debut of a real original.

    Ramsey Campbell
  • Conner Habib's debut novel is a bleak, dark adrenaline rush.

    Clive Barker

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