A novel that literally lacks words.
The novel mcv is a work that has sprung from a thought. It is a novel in its most wordless form; it doesn't say anything but at the same time, its silence is more meaningful, as it raises questions about literature, or more accurately, it invites the reader to ask questions...
"A contender for magnificent book oddity of the year - mcv by Melker Garay. 410 pages of the letters mcv"
Andrew Holgate, Sunday Times Literary Editor
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