Disclaimer: The following critique includes spoilers for the new Netflix show The Haunting of Bly Manor, and a minor spoiler for the film Hush. TW: In my review, I use the word “queer” to be an all-encompassing term for LGBTQIA+ people. As a member of the community, I use this term as a reclamation of …
Oisin Breen's debut novel, "Flowers, all Sorts in Blossom, Figs, Berries, and Fruits Forgotten," is the post-postmodern "Howl" that will torture you in new and creative ways.
Are you queer? Do you like blood? Watch Dragula.
I am very rarely at a loss for words when it comes to talking about books. But Gaiman has left me in awe. I don’t even know how to convince you to read this book. It seems essential. I feel like I’ve been staring at this document for weeks, making no progress whatsoever, because The Ocean at the End of the Lane is like a dream. Have you ever tried to describe a dream? They don’t make sense. However, Gaiman has made sense of the dream.