It is a sick, sick world when the confidence and investment of an astute firm of publishers is justified by a work of unparalleled depravity. There is no denying the bizarre fertility of the author’s imagination: his brilliant dialogue, his cruel humour, his repellent inventiveness. The majority of the literate public, however, will be relieved that only reviewers are obliged to look at any of it.LOL
Today I have started the audiobook of The Cutting Room by Louise Welsh. There's been a Murder in
Also I went to the local Waterstones with happytune and bought The Carhullen Army, so I'll start that today. This is phase one of my plan to start reading SF again.