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Ron CharlesChristopher is doing something strange here—and tantalizing…The key to this strange novel's allure may be its tantalizing blend of tones: melancholic one moment and a little ridiculous the next. "In a world of infinite metamorphoses," Xeno asks, "who can cleanly separate the fantastical from the commonplace? Who would want to?" Christopher captures that adolescent thrill of falling into the mythological world and finding our deepest fears and desires embodied—alive, frightening and fantastic.
—The Washington Post