Wherein Bizarro Central features a wide-ranging look at all the weird books coming out this summer…
“Bassoff confronts directly the traumatic stress disorder of our world today and tears off its mask, even if the face must follow.” – New York Magazine
“Toss Kafka, David Lynch, and a pinch of Flannery O’Connor in a blender and you just might end up with The Drive-Thru Crematorium. A thoroughly baffling, unsettling, and mesmerizing journey into madness.” – Dave Zeltserman, author of Everybody Lies in Hell
Stanley Maddox lives a mundane life in a nondescript town. His wife is cheating on him, his colleagues at work don’t recognize him, and he has recently noticed a mysterious creature darting its way through his house. When he notices a flap of skin on his face, he begins pulling. Beneath his skin lies another person, an evil person, with the power to change his life forever.
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