Tightly constructed and compulsively readable WE ARE ALL COMPLETELY FINE is what might be called post-horror horror
…Gregory eschews the sort of setpieces that could easily have made this novel five times as long, and that might disappoint some readers expecting a more conventional horror novel. But Gregory is interested more in empathy than revulsion, more in accommodation than heroics, and more in the victim than the monster. The result is his most tightly constructed and compulsively readable novel to date, and a small gem of what we might call post-horror horror.
Check out the rest of Wolfe’s review in the August 2014 issue of Locus Magazine.
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