★★★★ 4 Stars
Genre: Short Stories / Fantasy
Publication Date: February 8th, 2018
Deny and defy, is that really the way to be about death? What does a being become when they die? A flower, perhaps a ghost, or do they unbecome anything at all? Death is secretive and shy, impossible to see but impossible to hide. We don’t talk about it within these walls, in any case.
Strange Secrets is a series of lucid dreams hovering on the line between madness and philosophy, wherever that lies. The whole blossom of it is hard to describe, it doesn’t exactly identify as a genre. Everyone in its pages is escaping the world they know which seems to have warped into an unreality that has, unquestionably, gone strange. It’s quirky and creative and funny while still having an Orwellian creepiness about it – the characters always seem to have their…
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