An Apartment Without Windows

Front Cover
iUniverse, Mar 28, 2006 - Fiction
0 Reviews
The endless sensual desire for a long-lost love reverberates within intervals where old lovers virtually join their extraordinary forces. Such gaps lie inside the non-chronological time that flourishes through artistic flows, whose endless creative powers thrive anonymously away from the classic perceptions.

In spite of suffering lapses of memories, the passionate and rather lovesick characters slowly muse over their fragmented pasts throughout the resonances of an inexplicable and latent desire, which leads them into their enigmatic encounters.

An unusual man is captured at the same instant that he seizes an atypical woman, who avidly affects him as she snaps pictures of his apartment windows from a hotel in Paris. At that clandestine and rather mysterious moment, both of their memories lose their sovereignty over their existences and thus, only the movements of their forces, which obsessively affect each other, have the power to unite the lovers endlessly.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

Bibliographic information