Remember You're a One-Ball!

Remember You're a One-Ball!

Ramsey Blake's first job as a teacher takes him back to the secluded village where he grew up. There he begins to remember the strange world of childhood and comes to realise that the adult world is equally as strange. At the centre of everyday life he discovers a nightmarish game of power and manipulation and is forced to choose sides. He is about to receive the ultimate Ramsey Blake's first job as a teacher takes him back to the secluded village where he grew up. There he begins to remember...

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Title:Remember You're a One-Ball!
Author:Quentin S. Crisp
Rating:
Genres:Horror
ISBN:1907681000
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:270 pages pages

Remember You're a One-Ball! Reviews

  • Damond
    Sep 18, 2010

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Jeremiah
    Apr 15, 2011

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

  • Lars
    Dec 05, 2011

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Grady
    Jun 28, 2010

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

  • Damian Murphy
    Nov 08, 2018

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • James
    Jun 24, 2014

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

  • Claus
    May 04, 2011

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Cryptic
    Aug 26, 2011

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

  • Sirensongs
    May 26, 2010

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Laura
    Sep 16, 2014

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Merzbau
    Jul 29, 2014

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

  • G.R. Yeates
    Oct 11, 2010

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

  • Isidore
    Mar 09, 2015

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

  • Claire Webber
    Oct 15, 2014

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Brian
    Feb 06, 2011

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Benjamin Uminsky
    Jan 28, 2013

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Brendan Moody
    May 12, 2011

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Anthony Dickinson
    Apr 01, 2015

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Ross Scott-Buccleuch
    Feb 27, 2013

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Paul
    Jul 18, 2012

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

  • Jason Rolfe
    Aug 02, 2012

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Axolotl
    Feb 09, 2013

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • James Smith
    Oct 30, 2012

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Monsieurvenus
    Mar 23, 2014

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

  • Madsplp
    Jan 06, 2014

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Justin Isis
    Oct 14, 2017

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • John Lenderyou
    Jun 30, 2014

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Rodrigo
    Feb 09, 2017

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

  • Anton Grönholm
    Mar 01, 2017

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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  • Ryan Gage
    Dec 13, 2016

    This is a beautifully written, enthralling, and savagely misanthropic novel. Although it comes to us marketed as "horror" fiction, with blurbs from Mark Samuels and Ligotti, it transcends genre limitations. Its central premise is only slightly fantastic: the seemingly arbitrary cru...

    'Life is a kind of brutal slavery' Quentin S. Crisp, born in England in 1972, is first of all NOT the Quentin Crisp (1908 - 1999) personality made famous by his outrageous writing, antics, and appearances on stage and in film. No, this Quentin S. Crisp is described as a young writer...

    No sabría ni por dónde empezar con este libro. De hecho, lo dejé de leer el año pasado porque, a pesar de que el señor Crisp escribe maravillosamente bien, esta lectura me hacía sentir incómoda. Es un libro raaaaaaro. No es una lectura agradable, el narrador no es agradable, no ...

    "You write like a dream, Quentin, and the novel is well paced, but the subject matter is so challenging: so unremittingly inhuman, cruel and full of hatred that it is unbearable." that quote is from a publisher's rejection letter and gives you a pretty good idea of what you're in fo...

    Immediately became my favorite book of all time. ...

    Remember you?re a One-Ball is a tale of polarities that we have encountered before but, this time, told from an unfamiliar perspective. In previous efforts focusing upon the power-play that makes up much of the schooling experience, we have been presented with the outsider through th...

    One of the most ghastliest and wince-inducing novels I've read in some time now. And yet, despite the bleak subject matter, I found it to be quite the page-turner. ...

    Quick note: I recently won this book in one of Goodreads "Frist Reads" Giveaways. The author was nice enough to open this to quite a few different countries and I received the book, signed, from England. I usually don't read books like these (but I do watch quite a few movies that a...

    Great, beautifully written, brave novel. ...

    "Remember You're a One-Ball!" is a fantastic and compelling novel dealing with the mistreatment of children by our society, the scars they carry to adulthood, and our possible complicity in all this. It is a tad hard to classify - horror, magical realism, bizarro, mystery? That doesn't...

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