Tuesday, June 21, 2016
The Levantine Experiments by Guy Hasson
You're probably wondering how The Levantine Experiments went.
The story was okay, but bad enough to make me return the collection back to the library ASAP.
The story revolves around one character. This character is trapped in an evil science experiment since birth, in which she is denied both the knowledge and interaction of other humans.
Eventually she gets out, and claws out her own eyes because she longs for the silent freedom she experienced in that one single solitary room.
So the lesson here is to perhaps avoid World Speculative Fiction, especially if you are me. Other people might like it, but I do not.