Já está comigo a minha cópia do livro Unger House Radicals de Chris Kelso, e com ilustrações de Shane Swank. A edição está a cargo da Crowded Quarantine.
É uma excelente edição. A leitura deve ser sumarenta.
Who says Chris Kelso don’t throw wild parties?
First: It’s complicated to describe how good this book is without sounding sociopath.
Second: I don’t do synopses.
Third: Unger House is a character per se; that has memories – “I am always the reluctant accomplice.” – and this is really shocking. See no evil hear no evil, bullshit!
Chris Kelso is an author able to offer without any complex a gripping, disturbing and claustrophobic story. He doesn’t need special effects to make things work. Many can feel that his writing is too cruel, but it is this characteristic that gives us a constant appetite, and thus he does carving in the flesh and bones of the pages.
Under House Radicals is able to maintain the thrill equation until the last moment and beyond. It’s not an easy book, to be certain! Unger House Radicals doesn’t have morality concerns… perhaps, or maybe not, because it feels really scary.
In Chris kelso’s book we dont’ have a bang, bang lay down you are dead (make-believe, no!); we do have suffering, chills; yes dude, and now it’s too late… too late: numbness is the feeling for the win.
One of those books that crucifies the mind: insane, bizarre and so fucking crazy! Yes, I’m addicted to Chris Kelso books.