Daryl Gregory has quietly become one of those writers whose output I tend to devour on sight. His latest is a quick, razor-sharp novella from Tachyon Publications, We Are All Completely Fine (2014).
After the madcap futurism of Afterparty, We Are All Completely Fine slides more into creepy, supernatural horror territory — and it’s clearly a milieu Gregory is comfortable working in. The narrative is bracing and memorable, full of realistic, sympathetic characters whose histories and fates are deftly intertwined. I loved the methodical reveal of its mystery, its sense of created family, and its secret history ambience. I could see this one making a perfect little gem of an indie horror film.
Read the rest of the review at Christopher East’s blog.
For information on We Are All Completely Fine, visit the Tachyon page.
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