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'"Ferrell's humor and invention will draw you in, and the real emotion in his writing will keep you reading. A clever premise that deepens into a surprising and moving story about fate, identity, and how we shape our own lives and the lives of those around us." —Charles Yu, author of How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe “A tour de force. Ferrell's skill in plotting is matched only by his ability to bring fully-formed characters to life. A moving and brilliantly-executed puzzle of a novel.” —Emily St. John Mandel, author of The Lola Quartet "Ferrell makes a strong case to be the Kurt Vonnegut of his generation. Man in the Empty Suit is alternately funny, sad, and thought-provoking. . . . I wish I could travel back in time and write this book myself." —Andrew Shaffer, bestselling author of Fifty Shames of Earl Grey "Man in the Empty Suit is a marvel: a complicated, soul searching, entirely riveting piece of work." —Marcy Dermansky, author of Bad Marie “An arresting setup—the same character is simultaneously the murder victim, suspect, and investigator—and Ferrell exploits it carefully . . . [presenting] the reader with some ugly truths about life and owning up to who we really are. Ferrell himself has jokingly called it the time-travel book of 3102, but I wouldn't suggest waiting that long.” —The Atlantic “[Man in the Empty Suit has] an ingenious setup. . . . Both Looper and Man In The Empty Suit track the trajectory of a pained, lonely man who learns what it means to sacrifice for the sake of another’s well-being.” —The A.V. Club “Ferrell’s novel satisfies as both a tale of a four-dimensional conspiracy and as a stark meditation on solitude.” —Minneapolis Star-Tribune “An exceptional read for any sci-fi fan who enjoys a challenge.” —The Maine Edge “Ferrell (Numb) has written a brain-teasing, paradox-defying, time travel mystery in the tradition of such pretzel-bending-logic classics as Fritz Leiber’s The Big Time and Robert A. Heinlein’s 'By His Bootstraps.'” —Publishers Weekly "Engaging and thought-provoking...It will also appeal to readers of Stephen King’s 11/22/63." —Library Journal "Full of imagination and head-scratching conundrums . . . It should definitely appeal to those who enjoy offbeat sf and mystery fiction." —Booklist "Man in the Empty Suit has a clever enough premise that it could be straight out of a Philip K. Dick or Kurt Vonnegut novel.” —Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “Out of this intriguing premise Sean Ferrell proceeds to spin a dark hybrid of Paul Auster and the film Memento, complete with a mysterious love interest . . . Best of all, however, is the evocation of mid-21st century New York as a melancholy, dilapidated place high in entropy, cluttered with ruined buildings, and weirdly infested with parrots.” —The Toronto Star "Man in the Empty Suit is a rich, complex novel. . . . A slightly sinister, brooding tale of death and lost love." —Verbicide “A most unusual murder mystery.” —Mysterious Reviews “Enter a mysterious woman with parrot tattoos, a post-apocalyptic Manhattan, Vonnegut-sharp humor and Hemingway-spare prose, and you’ve got some seriously good sci-fi. VERDICT: Buy, you fools!” —Book Riot “A cerebral, noirish, and very unusual novel . . . A challenge for me to put down. This one made me think about it long after I was finished.” —My Bookish Ways “This is trippy book; a great read . . . Ferrell spins a web of lies, deceit, and self-loathing, sprinkles it with intelligent humor and wit, a dash of love and loss, and presents it to the reader on a silver platter.” —The Examiner “[Man in the Empty Suit] is tickling the Dr. Who parts of my brain, but in a really dark kind of way. . . . As you can imagine, this has one hell of an opening line: It is unfortunate for me that I am, by most any objective measure, a genius. Quite the set up for an interesting story.” —A Home Between Pages'