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In parts funny, disturbing and (most worryingly) relatable, this is a tale of violence, identity and sympathetic magic. The problem is I am not entirely sure what it is trying to “say”. It is well written, imaginative, well structured and ensures you keep turning the page through the narrator’s statement of accepted “facts” which are not explained until a later chapter. The brutality is sometimes without context, and Eric’s depraved psychoticism stretched credulity as a result of a single horren...
i really thought that i would liked it
I looked through the one star reviews most of them are written by people who will order steak tartare out of curiosity, and then complain about the raw meat. Anyway, I have lots of thoughts on this one, but I'll just say I wish the author kept his own views and the awkward explanation at the end out of the story.