I am no stranger to getting reviews. I’ve been collecting them– all very lovely, thank you– for a couple of years now. But they’ve all been for Immortal and Hellenic Immortal and it’s funny, but after a while you just sort of get used to it. I know that sounds like a horribly, horribly jaded humblebrag, but it’s really true: after a while a new review makes you go, “okay cool” and then you go back to whatever you were doing before.
But Fixer is different, because I really, genuinely do not know how you’re all going to respond to it because it’s a completely different story and premise, and stylistically an utterly different book from what came before.
So I’m always delighted to see good things said about it, which means for a while I’ll probably be posting every new review I can get my hands on, including the GoodReads reviews.
Like this one:
The very smart (bring your whole brain with you), very witty(you’ll want to highlight stuff just like I did) story that Gene Doucette has written is told in a fitting-but-frenzied manner.