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Critique of Justin's Book for Nicholas Coakley

Justin Isis’ ‘I Wonder What Human Flesh Tastes Like’ is never less than interesting. The style is measured, reflective and smooth, suiting the anomie of the characters and in nice contrast with their obsessiveness it yet underlines. 1,912 more words

The Cutest Girl in Class reviewed

The Cutest Girl in Class is reviewed very positively at risingshadow.net

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“I don’t remember when I’ve last read a novel that equals to this one in terms of surrealism, absurdity and weirdness.” 6 more words

Pete's Picks for 2012 - Part One

I’m carrying on with the tradition started last year, of handing out a few bouquets to those whose literary endeavours impressed me the most in the preceding twelve months, albeit I’m doing it about three weeks later than last year. 924 more words

Critique of Justin Isis' 'I Wonder What Human Flesh Tastes Like'

Justin Isis’ ‘I Wonder What Human Flesh Tastes Like’ is never less than interesting. The style is measured, reflective and smooth, suiting the anomie of the characters and in nice contrast with their obsessiveness it yet underlines. 1,949 more words