Review from a Transgressive Fiction Fan
No forgiveness for lies
This book is gruesome, haunting, disturbing and all of the rest of those adjectives you can throw at a perfectly executed horror story. There is nothing out of place in the novel. Each event works itself perfectly into the next and the cumulative effect of it all is powerful. The book is short and the prose is simple; chances are that you’ll be able to read it all in one sitting. That is recommended because the full feeling of the novel carries itself perfectly to the last moment. The last line is like best punchline to the longest joke ever told. Except you’re not laughing; you’re kind of terrified.
“Insightful” Review from a Mainstream Reader
Had to DNF this about halfway through. This was a terrible terrible book. Totally sexist and utterly boring as hell.