My Mother's House [Momplaisir, Francesca]
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This is Stephen King meets Hari Kunzru.
You might have read books where the house speaks. You might have read books where women are held captive by demented man. You might have read books about lonely illegal immigrants with no family or papers. But you have never read a book that combines all three.
In New York City's South Ozone Park all the houses all look alike. They were all built after WW2 for the returning soldiers and they all have bomb shelters. Lucien is the second owner of this certain home in South Ozone Park called La Kay. What Lucien doesn't know is that his new house is sentient. La Kay starts watching it's new owner closely and see that he is using the house for lasciviousness. When La Kay can take no more it decides to burn itself down, but in the process La Kay reveals the real horrors going on.
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