This was an incredibly fast read, the author giving just enough information to keep the story moving forward without explaining each characters back story. This was maddening as the back stories sounded fascinating, only a fraction of each was given and it was impossible not to keep turning the pages to read what else might be divulged.
The characters themselves are extremely engaging, the dialogue between them felt natural for their setting and it’s interesting to see how the relationships within the group develop at each session.
I very much enjoyed the ending as well and am quite excited to see what looks like a sequel being released next year. Highly recommended.
4 ½ stars out of 5
Daryl Gregory has crafted a chilling and emotionally engaging novella in We Are All Completely Fine. As a result I regret that I’ve not ready any of the author’s previous work. For a novella just shy of two hundred pages We Are All Completely Fine contains surprising depths thanks to sense of connectedness Gregory imbues in both his world and characters.
I enjoyed the hell out of this novella!
4 stars out of 5
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