The excellent, sardonic WE ARE ALL COMPLETELY FINE deserved a Hugo nomination
At WASHINGTON MONTHLY and CROOKED TIMBER, Henry Farrell comments on the recent Hugo Award controversy. A selection of titles that Farrell felt were more deserving of nominations accompanies the article. His list includes Daryl Gregory’s Nebula nominated WE ARE ALL COMPLETELY FINE.
Daryl Gregory – We Are All Completely Fine. An excellent, sardonic take on HPLovecraft – what happens when those driven into shrill unholy madness by perceiving the true lineaments of world go into group therapy? His new juvenile,Harrison Squared is a prequel, but doesn’t look to be nearly so creepy.
Read Farrell’s comments and the rest of his selections at WASHINGTON MONTHLY or CROOKED TIMBER.
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