Far too set in her ways for someone her age, failed dancer turned graphic designer Oceane doesn't get out much. Luckily there's a lot you can do in your room these days...In this completely original, deliciously raunchy novel, Tibor Fischer gives us a story of a woman searching the world in order to understand her past. From the cramped confines of a South London apartment where the story begins, Voyage to the End of the Room takes its funny (and foulmouthed) heroine to the nightclubs of Barcelona, the battlefields of the Balkans, and a reckoning on the Micronesian island of Chuuk, shedding memories and finding answers along the way. Combining Fischer's trademark sardonic wit and offbeat imaginative flair, the result is a compelling page-turner that doubles as a darkly hilarious meditation on how and whether you can ever really know other people, the nature of evil, what is reality - and whether you can fake it.
"Wise, funny, and important...A book that is entirely worth a reader's time."