And he goes on to review Cannibal Hearts
I wrote in my review of Catskinner’s Book that, upon finishing it, I immediately bought the second book in Misha Burnett’s weird urban-science-fantasy-thriller-horror series. Much like the first, we are treated to more the same. Here, it means you’re in for a fantastical and horrific journey with madman in the driver’s seat. I have no idea where Burnett is taking us, and I don’t care because I’m loving every minute it..
At the end of Catskinner’s Book, James along with his newfound allies accepted employment for Agony Delapeur, a creepy, crazy, psyhotic non-human with a penchant for the color red. The second book begins about a year later with James having settled into his new position somewhere in Agony’s labyrinthine maze of companies, shell corporations, and construction firms. While conducting an inspecting of a former tenant’s apartment, James (and Catskinner) stumbles upon a bunch of Russian-mafia types hiding a horrific…
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