Daryl Gregory’s We Are All Completely Fine is a slim novel with a darkly entertaining narrative that will keep the pages turning. Really, half the fun is observing how these very different characters interact with one another throughout each therapy session, and how, when a group member is threatened, they finally come to trust and help one another. If you’re looking for a quick excursion into the literary landscape Ray Bradbury once called the October Country, We Are All Completely Fine will get you there and back safely in a single afternoon.
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