Natsuo Kirino made a spectacular fiction debut on these shores with the publication of Edgar Award-nominated Out (“Daring and disturbing . . . Prepared to push the limits of this world . . . Remarkable”—Los Angeles Times). Unanimously lauded for her unique, psychologically complex, darkly compelling vision and voice, she garnered a multitude of enthusiastic fans eager for more.
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Very haunting. That the story is told from multiple perspectives really allows you to get into it, you get captured in the emotions of this book very quickly.
A great read, with a suprising ending.
Review: GrotesqueUser Review - Mollie Hayward - Goodreads
Having just read Out, I was excited to pick up Grotesque. I can't say I enjoyed it. Perhaps it is not meant to be enjoyed? I found it technically impressive, but it left me feeling soiled and unhappy. I would only recommend it to someone who needs to feel bad for a week or so. Read full review
ONE A CHART OF PHANTOM CHILDREN
TWO A CLUSTER OF NAKED SEED PLANTS
FOUR WORLD WITHOUT LOVE
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