Hallucination in Hong Kong (novella) by Rohan Quine: Video-Book format
Hallucination in Hong Kong (novella)
by Rohan Quine: Video-Book format
Click on the three headings below, and you’ll land on the three pages where the novella’s Video-Book format lives…
In Hallucination in Hong Kong by Rohan Quine, sliding from joy to nightmare and back, a plane flight frames a journey into Jaymi’s and Angel’s polarised identities and perceptions, where past and present merge in an obsessive fantasy of love, death, horror and apocalyptic beauty. At take-off, warmed by the presence of his friend Angel beside him, Jaymi starts to doze, and enters a fog of horror in seeming to remember that their destination lies in the past, not ahead … forcing him to explore those hellish possible events lying beneath the surface of our present and future, always ready to break through into reality. A Distinguished Favorite in the NYC Big Book Award 2021.
To watch some short teasers (many of them less than a minute) excerpted from all of the above, see here.
Here are the basics of what the novella is all about.
Here are some great reviews of it.
Table of Contents of Hallucination in Hong Kong
1. So here is the horror, to sicken the sun
2. Love among the spires and the fountains
3. Oh, my Angel
The above-listed three chapters of Hallucination in Hong Kong‘s Video-Book format are here too:
And in the YouTube playlist “HALLUCINATION IN HONG KONG (novella) – Video-Book format – Rohan Quine”:
1, 2 and 3. (If playback of any of these videos looks at all fuzzy on YouTube, then you can quickly and easily adjust the YouTube video-player’s playback “Quality” setting, by doing the following: (1) if you’re on a mobile device, first touch the video image, then touch the three-dots symbol that appears in the top-right corner of the player, touch “Quality” and choose “1080p” (or the highest other setting available on your device, e.g. “720p”); or (2) if you’re on a laptop/desktop device, click the cog symbol on the lower edge of the video-player, click “Quality” and choose “1080p” (or the highest other setting available on your device, e.g. “720p”).)
The three chapter title-cards of Hallucination in Hong Kong‘s video-book format are also in the Google Photos album “Rohan Quine – HALLUCINATION IN HONG KONG (novella) – chapter titles”.
Production (22 February 2019) and post-production credits of Hallucination in Hong Kong‘s Video-Book format: the Director of Photography / Lighting Cameraman was Paul J. Lucas of FASTERTHANLIGHT; the Sound Recordist was Billy Pleasant of Pleasant Sound; the Autocue Operator was Noel Le Bon, for First Take Autocue; the location was Billy Pleasant’s studio; and the Producer, Narrator and Editor was Rohan Quine, with valued audio editing contributions from Billy Pleasant. The Mastering Engineer for the audiobook was Nick Clapham; and all audiobook files were prepared for delivery to retailers by Oscar Eriksen at The Audiobook Producers.
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