The last couple weeks have elicited some super-human praise from the likes of some super-human writers. Peep this:
"Like something you read on the underside of a freeway overpass in a fever dream. The Orange Eats Creeps is visionary, pervy, unhinged. It will mess you up."
"The Orange Eats Creeps reads like the foster child of Charles Burns' Black Hole and William Burroughs' Soft Machine. A deeply strange and deeply successful debut."
And a taste-bomb review from Publishers Weekly:
"[A] slyly arch debut. The story careens from encounter to encounter, bursting into vibrant tableaus of images and barrages of prickly observations. Krilanovich's postmodern mashup is refreshlingly piquant and playful, reminiscent of postmodern Euro fiction and full of poison pill observations."
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