Adult Erotica
Rated 4.00/5 based on 7 reviews
Inbetween is the story of a bomb maker and aspiring painter who is trying to escape from his involvements with a terrorist organization. The novel explores his relationships with a young slacker couple in London and his terrorist former girl friend, as he tries to strike back at the terrorist leader while also fulfilling his obsession to meet a mysterious pop singer. More
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About David Antonelli

David Antonelli was born in Chicago in 1963. He was educated at The University of Alberta, Oxford, Caltech, and MIT. In 2010 he published his first novel The Narcissist, followed by The False Man, Inbetween, The Forest, The Mountain, The Candidate, The Architect, The Frozen Ocean, The Black Tide, The Sleep, and The Lipstick Empire. His film credits include Inbetween (2008), which was nominated for awards at several international film festivals, Finding Rudolf Steiner (Documentary, Official Selection Calgary International Film Festival 2006, now available on DVD), Lucifer Gnosis (short), Forever (16 mm short), Dreaming (16 mm short, named in top three at the Montreal International Student Film Festival, 1989), La Toyson D’Or (16 mm short), and The Chalk Elephant (16 mm short). He currently lives in Cardiff and teaches at Lancaster University.

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Reviews of Inbetween by David Antonelli

l c reviewed on Nov. 26, 2017

a special story that is quite different from most other reads. A good read, but not the gerates (a bit too confused/unclear storyline and character interactions at times)
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audio42 reviewed on July 20, 2016

Once I started reading this, it was hard to turn the screen off. The characterization and plot kept me wanting to read more to see how things would turn out for the characters. Wonderfully dark.
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P B reviewed on April 29, 2016

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Nora Lee reviewed on Dec. 6, 2014

I read 20% of this story. It was so dreary and dismal that I couldn't go on. At one point the main character drooled over a woman's image on a CD album page after page after page. All of the characters to that point had been sick of mind and dirty. Enough already.
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Clair Roxanna reviewed on Nov. 24, 2014

I couldn't finish this story because it is so morbid and depressing.
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Claudia Berlin reviewed on Aug. 24, 2011

Inbetween grabed me. I can imagine how it is in a underground group like terrorists. To see how Antonelli managed the subtitel phychology and metaphors is a delight to read this book.
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magicactor11 reviewed on June 27, 2011

I was recomended Inbetween by a friend. The storyline is brilliant, once I started reading I could not stop, the way it weaves through and how alive the characters are made me feel I was totally involved, Antonelli has really ceated a great novel and after researching the writer I understand there is a movie which I'm itching to watch. 5 out of 5 for me.
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