Care of Wooden Floors by Will Wiles
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Care of Wooden Floors Summary
A British copywriter house-sits at his composer friend Oskar's ultra-modern apartment in a glum Eastern European city. The instructions are simple: Feed the cats, don't touch the piano, and make sure nothing damages the priceless wooden floors. Content for the first time in ages, he accidentally spills some wine. The apartment and the narrator's sanity gradually fall apart in this unusual and satisfying novel.
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"If you are a fan of Kafka, you should enjoy this novel, which is reminiscent of The Metamorphosis." - Kirkus
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Will Wiles is a journalist and contributor to Icon, a monthly architecture and design magazine in the U.K. His work has also appeared in Cabinet and New Statesman, among other publications. Will lives with his wife in London.
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