Swimming in Darkness is one of NPR's Favorite Books of the Year
Swimming in Darkness is a noirish mystery-thriller set deep inside a complex in the Swiss Alps. Of the book, NPR writes: "Harari’s tale is pulpy noir by way of Hitchcock, with a strong, Lynchian hint of the uncanny."
The book has been widely praised elsewhere. Comic Watch writes, "Praise for this book cannot be overstated . .. From the opening pages, Swimming in Darkness grabs the reader and refuses to let go, creeping slowly through an uncanny realm where fiction and reality dance together in a haunting and unforgettable waltz." And Publishers Weekly reports: "Harari melds academia, obsession, and mysticism in this eerie graphic novel . .. This is a stylish, atmospheric book whose deliberate pacing deliciously builds tension and mystery."
Check out NPR's listing here.