This book is more than fine. It’s twisted, odd, touching, and stupendous. When a mysterious psychiatrist gathers together survivors of supernatural trauma for a support group, things are going to get bumpy. And they do it quickly when you have a monster hunter in the room alongside a cranky elder who survived life as a cannibal buffet item. As you might expect, the disparate stories these souls have to tell aren’t so unrelated after all.
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