Originally Posted by The Hag
It's interesting but disturbing. I read it a long time ago. In my fuzzy memory I think that it was good, not great. I recall having some issues with her style and I don't think that I agreed with what I think was her point but I don't remember specifically why I think that. I did like it enough that I read the sequel - Children of God.
Hm. I wonder if it's more disturbing than Miťville's Perdido Street Station
. I thought that was pretty relentlessly upsetting.
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