Book 9 complete: Hye-Young Pyun’s The Hole. This is one I will likely revisit as there are so many layers to it. Everything in the book is told from the man’s perspective, while all the other key characters are women. While he is disabled by his accident, things happen to him that he cannot control, but there is more to the narrative than his point of view.
This is also I think my second novel in translation I have read from a Korean author. Previous was Han Kang’s The Vegetarian, which shares a lot of that darkness just below the surface, and there being a lot going on beyond what is on the page.