Maurice Melnick's imagination has forever painted an underwater world more exotic yet safer than the one above. Now he sees in wife Shelia's smile all the years he spent swimming away from her. He decides to fix that smile on canvas, stopping time but the painting only drives him deeper into his imagination.
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FISHNETUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A writerly, claustrophobic story about the collapse of a California marriage.In the disintegrating coastal town of Mercy, which is experiencing a financial meltdown, Maurice Melnick, the descendant of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - thebookpirate - LibraryThing
As I started to read Fishnet, I found myself drowning in metaphors about water. I was so confused for the first chapter that I had mistaken a goldfish for one of the central characters. Luckily, after ... Read full review