If the Dregs Trilogy is any indication, then we are all interchangeable and occupying similar threads of torture—like really bad time share apartments—and revealed as intensely bleak and repulsive in the process. Horrible, horrible people actually. Big if true. In Chris Kelso’s latest book, each character reveals a wretchedness that inextricably places them in this landscape, slotting across parallels in the tale’s unfolding as existential horror. It is anguish and violence in a literal sense within the panic of moral squalor.
|Media of output||Blog post|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jul 2020|