Not really classic horror, this is moral horror, usually. It uses weird, creepy, grotesque images of so called monsters, but it is really more about moral and psychological ugliness. Of course human ugliness is really both monstrous and horrorific, but here the horror genre is a vehicle. But a vehicle used effectively with love of the genre, and with style, although a rather idiosyncratic style. It is a fast read, but there is nothing slick or commercial about it, and it sticks with you.
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