Playing fast and loose with some whimsical and witty “fictional biographies,” the inventive Connell’s oft-macabre manner helps propel over 50 flights of culinary fancy.
With The Architect, expecting the unexpected, and sometimes the unacceptable, is part and parcel of the author's refusal to settle for the merely unsettling.
Wide-ranging and rewarding tales of misery and imagination are featured in another showcase of Connell’s dark craftsmanship.
Get your warm and fuzzy someplace else. This isn't your father's horror and depravity.
Thirty-six cities, thirty-six stories. With tales of misery and imagination bursting with kaleidoscopic styles and off-kilter storylines, the pointillistic Metrophilias evokes moods from poignancy to black humor.