Meet Quentin P. He is a problem for his professor father and his loving mother. He is a challenge for his court-appointed psychiatrist. He is a thoroughly sweet young man for his wealthy grandmother. He is the most believable and thoroughly terrifying sexual psychopath and killer ever to be brought to life in fiction, as Joyce Carol Oates achieves a bold and brilliant triumph-a dazzling work of art that extends the borders of the novel into the darkest heart of truth.
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Review: ZombieUser Review - Katie - Goodreads
I really liked this book. Sure everything that happens in it is bad, but the book was great...does that make sense? Anyway the writing was excellent. It's told from the point of view of a serial ... Read full review
Review: ZombieUser Review - Heidi Ward - Goodreads
I generally like Oates's dark fiction (her short stories are particularly good), but I chose not to finish this one. I'd meant to read Zombie for a long time, and was disappointed to find it utterly ... Read full review