‘The Enchanted’ finds truth and beauty in the abyss

‘The Enchanted’ finds truth and beauty in the abyss

Rene Denfeld's debut novel, "The Enchanted," is not of the mystery genre, but from page one it beckons readers to pursue its glittering secrets through the dark, twisting narrative. The work is one hell of an unconventional prison story that trowels the depths of humanity's horrors.

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