WE ARE ALL COMPLETELY FINE is a clever and creepy horror tale
Library Journal checks out Daryl Gregory’s We Are All Completely Fine.
At just under 200 pages, this is a clever and creepy horror tale from Gregory (Afterparty; The Devil’s Alphabet). The head-hopping from character to character to character can be an annoying narrative technique, but it works in this context. Concisely exploring the nature of fear and isolation, this short novel doesn’t have time to develop into anything bigger, but it doesn’t need to.
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