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An Opening Act of Unspeakable Evil

Author: Munroe, Jim Set In . . .
 North America, USA, Louisiana, New Orleans, Canada, Ontario, Toronto, Quebec, Montreal, Illinois, Chicago, Ottawa, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cleveland, New York, New York City
Genre: Fiction
Time Frame: 2000s
Published: 2004
Description: Ever walked in on a roommate in, uh, the middle of something?

When Kate interrupts Lilith’s demonic ritual, it’s pretty awkward, but it gives her a great idea for a new online journal:

Whether her roommate is unholy or just unhinged, Kate’s not sure. But she knows a good show when she sees it, and she convinces her bombshell pal to perform her strange ceremony at their art gallery launch. Then she gets a booker at the local rock club to let them open for a metal band, and the kids love it. They decide to take the show on the road, and somewhere along the way Kate’s role changes from tour manager to go-go dancer.

It’s fun, but she can’t ignore the creepy people from Lilith’s past that are coming to their shows. And as the rituals get more intense and more bloody, Kate starts to wonder if she’s gotten in a little too deep.

It’s not quite rock and roll, but she could still lose her soul.

Acclaim for An Opening Act of Unspeakable Evil

“You really must pick up a copy of the incomparably great Jim Munroe’s latest novel… a warm, poignant look at the underground art scene in Toronto, Opening Act captures the oddball community spirit and aspirations of people who care more about a good wheat-paste campaign than about mortgages.”— San Francisco Bay Guardian

“An Opening Act has all Munroe’s trademark charm, his wonderful, rueful fondness for his own characters, and a genuine mystery: is Lilith a demoness or isn’t she?” — Georgia Straight

“The devil’s own road-trip novel: Munroe’s indie-rock science fiction combines Adbusters’ sensibility and wit with Kerouac’s mania and tosses in a little Fred Pohl for seasoning.” — Cory Doctorow, author of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom

“Munroe’s novel shows how blogs have become part of the cultural landscape.” — The Guardian
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