Eric Hublot’s sociopathically pornographic, bizarrely philosophical debut novel follows the life of anti-hero Jerome Esterson. Jerome has everything – looks, money, women, friends. And yet, he seems to be ﬁghting a losing battle with reality. From the story’s reckless opening to it’s unforgettable conclusion, And Then Run’s net of desire, psychosis, and philosophy keeps readers unwillingly identifying with Jerome’s psycopathic tendencies, and wondering about the boundaries of their own personal realities.
- Title: And Then Run
- Genre: Fiction
- Author: Eric Hublot (Facebook page)
When I read the first chapter of this book I was utterly dumbfounded. I normally read the sweeter, softer romance novels with the occasional YA book thrown in for good measure. But I assure you my friends, this book is about as far away as you can get from those genres and I loved every second of it. This book is intense, shocking, gripping and it will bother you are your very core. This book is one of those that really freaks you out and makes you love feeling that way.
It’s defiantly a book written by a man, and without a doubt not one of those feel good kind of books that make you swoon or fall in love with the main character in the book, but it’s still a really good read. One of the best books I’ve read in awhile. Some might call it a psychological thriller. but I think they would be more accurate to phrase it as a sociopathic thriller. This guy really is heartless, and non-feeling. You hear about these kind of people but really sitting there going through this experience with him page after page will make chills run down your spine. It’s like a car wreck you just can’t seem to stop looking at. You know you should turn your head but you just can’t. This book will grab you from the first chapter and won’t let you put it down until the very end because you just have to find out what happens next.