Thanks to interviewer Erin Lyndal Martin.

Make-believe does not last forever, the page says. There is something waiting to replace, to consume, to lay a cloak over the days of play and make-believe. The dreaming life will be eradicated. Wendy grows up and dies. A love story does not develop. Death and decay await. The playroom is revealed as a crypt, the love bed a coffin….

Read the full interview here.

If you want to buy the book or read a big swath of excerpts while you decide, check out the official page for Jenny Boully’s not merely because of the unknown that was stalking toward them.