Under Plum Lake

by Lionel Davidson

Possibly the most surreal book I have ever read, but I loved it. The whole thing felt like a dream…and, like dreams, I can’t quite remember what happened but I’m left with a vague impression of strange images.

Someday I’ll buy a copy. It’s so weird that I think everyone should read it. I wonder if different people have extremely different interpretations of the book, kind of like we have different dreams?