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Disturbing, extremely uncomfortable situations, graphic gore

Review from The Eye of the Bedlam Bride →

This book contains:First person perspective of eyes getting stabbed outFirst person perspective of human canibalismFirst person perspective of possession and self mutilation Character death on a level George R.R. Martin can only dream aboutNarratively railroading the main character into horrible situations Complete removal of any semblance of character agency To be fair, the content itself..

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love the voices

Review from The Gate of the Feral Gods →

this book is the fourth in an aural Halloween candy binge overload. it’s not good, but it’s great. this train has been on the tracks since book one and it’s stopping here on the way to book five with no regrets whatsoever