From Publishers Weekly
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This book had good writing and an interesting story but very disjointed. I read most of it till you came to the dictionary then I had to just give up.Published 2 months ago by aj lander
I got bored with his trying to outdo himself every time with weird descriptions and gave up in the middle.Published 3 months ago by Ron d'BookGeek
Great book. very weird.
It is not one ongoing story but many tales of the same city. The sister book Finch was even better.
Having first encountered Jeff VanderMeer’s work in the splendidly odd ‘Annihilation’, it seemed that I may have found another favourite author. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Willy Eckerslike
Excellent writer, ingenious and somewhat odd, but talented.Published 7 months ago by Douglass F. Rohrman
I'm commenting on the Kindle edition specifically. I'd give the book itself an additional star I imagine if I'd bought the printed version, but I did not. Read morePublished 9 months ago by woodthrush
i remember years ago hearing about the new weird, and the city weird stories. i'd seen this book several times and just skipped over it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Joshua Sowders