Another pair of laudatory reviews Daryl Gregory’s
We Are All Completely Fine.
There is something almost painfully intimate about this story. We’re learning about these deeply damaged individuals not through their life or as they surmount challenges, but largely through a series of group therapy sessions. The story is told through their fears and obsessions, rather than their actions.
Captivating read, my only complaint is the brevity made me wanting more.
Misha from the Seattle Public Library “Books the Library Loves”:
Earlier this year, I read Gregory’s wonderfully touching zombie novel, Raising Stony Mayhall. So I was delighted to find his new novella about a group of misfits who meet at group therapy sessions. This short, creepy story manages to elevate your spirits even lift you up as it gives you the chills.
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