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You'll Never Look at Roast Pork the Same Way Again
on 2 August 2017
This novel sits somewhere between weird fiction in the style of Machen, Lovecraft, et al, and traditional horror. I found the first third compelling, but then lost interest slightly as the narrative slips into descriptions of space and time travel. Also, some of the characters, especially women, are fairly one dimensional. All that aside, his descriptions of the swine-things are truly upsetting, and he really does get across a sense of claustrophobic terror. Definitely worth reading.