We Are All Completely Fine
Harrison was the Monster Detective, a storybook hero. Now he’s in his mid-thirties and spends most of his time popping pills and not sleeping. Stan became a minor celebrity after being partially eaten by cannibals. Barbara is haunted by unreadable messages carved upon her bones. Greta may or may... show more
Harrison was the Monster Detective, a storybook hero. Now he’s in his mid-thirties and spends most of his time popping pills and not sleeping. Stan became a minor celebrity after being partially eaten by cannibals. Barbara is haunted by unreadable messages carved upon her bones. Greta may or may not be a mass-murdering arsonist. And for some reason, Martin never takes off his sunglasses. Never.
No one believes the extent of their horrific tales, not until they are sought out by psychotherapist Dr. Jan Sayer. What happens when these seemingly insane outcasts join a support group? Together they must discover which monsters they face are within--and which are lurking in plain sight.
Publish date: 2014
Publisher: Tachyon Publications
Pages no: 182
Edition language: English
Ein Buch über eine Selbsthilfegruppe für Menschen, die Opfer oder Zeugen übernatürlicher Phänomene geworden sind, ist Mal etwas anderes im Fantasy-/ Horrorregal. Ich gestehe, dass ich hier etwas eher humorvolles erwartet hatte, was allerdings nicht der Fall war. In We Are All Completely Fine (dt.: U...
My note on this is that it was recommended to me via Bookaneer's Review. So that only took me two years to get around to reading it, and I'm kicking myself. Hard. I'd review it, but seriously, just go read what she said. My review would just be superfluous over hers anyway :) Suffice to say, I j...
Dr. Jan Sayer is a psychologist who decides to put together a special therapy group composed of people who have been through things too strange for most to completely believe. Harrison is a retired monster hunter who is semi-famous as the main character of a book series about a boy who hunts monster...
The book synopsis was enough to entice me to read this short - wildly imaginative, with the right amount of humor, quirky characters and scary dark dwellers, this will be a book I gift at Christmas time. I think it would appeal to someone who isn't into hardcore horror, or fantasy, or paranormal, bu...
So I'd been told to read this for a long time, and because I rebel from the suggestions of others, I responded every time with anything from "I'll check it out... eventually" to "Bite me, sucka." Another Lovecraft-esque recycled horror-fantasy. Lo, I am filled with a mighty scorn, et cetera. Then I ...