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Swarm of Flying Eyeballs by Gina Ranalli
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it was amazing
bookshelves: 2019-reads

*Note: This review refers to the 2019 Deadite Press edition, which also includes the story Smirk.

As one of the founders of the bizarro movement, Gina Ranalli proved herself to be one to watch and with her newest release she shows exactly why.

The titular story is a lot of fun and so strange, it begs you to keep turning the pages. I could easily see it expanded into a full-length novel a la The Swarm or one of James Herbert's classic works of gross-out horror.

The second story Smirk shows an author at the peak of her powers with descriptions so vivid, you're planted right in the action. I pictured events unfolding in my local Whole Foods. And that ending... so satisfying.

It's time we start recognizing Gina Ranalli as a master of the genre. The two stories here are only small examples of why we all should be reading her.
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November 13, 2019 – Shelved
November 13, 2019 – Shelved as: 2019-reads

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