Review by I Read Odd Books

“The way Hrivnak constructed his book forces you to interact with the text in a manner that forbids passivity and can defy understanding unless you are willing to work hard. The content is also so very specific and tied to an extremity of experience that could, for some readers, be alienating.

That having been said, I think you should read this book. This isn’t House of Leaves level ergodic. This is a book that can be completed in one sitting, if you don’t mind the feeling of being flayed now and then.”


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One Response to “Review by I Read Odd Books”

  1. matilda says:

    Such an amazing review! (And what’s more, I think I have a new favourite book blog…)