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Cuckoo por Gretchen Felker-Martin
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Cuckoo (edição 2024)

por Gretchen Felker-Martin (Autor)

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"From Gretchen Felker-Martin, the acclaimed author of Manhunt, comes a vicious new novel about a group of teens who must stay true to themselves while in a conversion camp from hell. "A soaring, boundless ode to queer survival. It's flat-out mesmerizing."-Paul Tremblay, author of The Pallbearers Club Something evil is buried deep in the desert. It wants your body. It wears your skin. In the summer of 1995, seven queer kids abandoned by their parents at a remote conversion camp came face to face with it. They survived-but at Camp Resolution, everybody leaves a different person. Sixteen years later, only the scarred and broken survivors of that terrible summer can put an end to the horror before it's too late. The fate of the world depends on it. "Tense andfrighteningly visceral, Cuckoo is a masterwork of body horror thrumming with high octane viciousness." -Eric LaRocca, author of Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke Also by Gretchen Felker-Martin: Manhunt"--… (mais)
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Título:Cuckoo
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Okay so this one is going to be a short review. I felt like this book took me forever to get through. In part that's because most of it made absolutely no sense at all. I think the author should have done some time setting up what was happening in a better way. The prologue did nothing but cause me to be confused because it had nothing to do with the main characters and just seemed like a cheap way to do something "scary." The "monster" or whatever it is really doesn't ever get explained in a clear way. The book is so focused on sexual innuendos that so much else gets lost. I think the book would have worked better if we had a clear break in character's perspectives instead of trying to follow all these different characters in one chapter. The number of characters made it hard to keep track of who was who. I love that the book was so focused on a vast range of the LGBTQ+ community but honestly that is the only thing that it had going for it. In the end for me this book just felt like a terrible imitation of It. I have no intention of reading it again... mainly because I still have no idea what it was even about. ( )
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"From Gretchen Felker-Martin, the acclaimed author of Manhunt, comes a vicious new novel about a group of teens who must stay true to themselves while in a conversion camp from hell. "A soaring, boundless ode to queer survival. It's flat-out mesmerizing."-Paul Tremblay, author of The Pallbearers Club Something evil is buried deep in the desert. It wants your body. It wears your skin. In the summer of 1995, seven queer kids abandoned by their parents at a remote conversion camp came face to face with it. They survived-but at Camp Resolution, everybody leaves a different person. Sixteen years later, only the scarred and broken survivors of that terrible summer can put an end to the horror before it's too late. The fate of the world depends on it. "Tense andfrighteningly visceral, Cuckoo is a masterwork of body horror thrumming with high octane viciousness." -Eric LaRocca, author of Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke Also by Gretchen Felker-Martin: Manhunt"--

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