If you're a fan of David Lynch's surreal and dreamlike films, you'll likely enjoy Yelena Moskovich's novel, Virtuoso. Moskovich's writing style is characterized by poetic and cryptic phrasing, slow seductions, and a taste for the weird, creating an off-kilter and fascinating reading experience.
The novel centers on women, their relationships, and their intense desires, often exploring the visceral and disconnected experience of the body. Moskovich draws inspiration from a variety of sources, including Elena Ferrante, Antonin Artaud, and Anaïs Nin.
Although some of the novel's strangeness can be confusing, Moskovich's writing is often compelling and determined in its efforts to capture the elusive nature of desire, grief, and love.