Should I read it?: Marisha Pessl's "Night Film" + Book Giveaway

Marisha Pessl made a splash with her debut novel  "Special Topics in Calamity Physics" in 2006. She's back with "Night Film", the tale of  a reclusive horror movie director  and his daughter's apparent suicide. The book entered the New York Times best-seller list at #6 this week and is building buzz on the strength of its multimedia components including online,...
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Marisha Pessl made a splash with her debut novel  " Special Topics in Calamity Physics" in 2006. She's back with " Night Film", the tale of  a reclusive horror movie director  and his daughter's apparent suicide. The book entered the New York Times best-seller list at #6 this week and is building buzz on the strength of its multimedia components including online, videos, a smart phone app, and more. But is it worth the read? To help you decide, we consult with Day 6 books columnist,  Becky Toyne.

For your chance to win a copy of "Night Film", e-mail us at daysix @ cbc dot ca with the words "NIGHT FILM" in the subject line and your postal address in the body of the email, or follow us on Twitter and send us a tweet saying you'd like to be entered in the draw. One winner will be picked at random. Contest closes Thursday, September 5 at midnight.

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