By David J. Schow
You might perceive it as an unblinking scrutiny of such topical issues as sex, obsession, idol worship, penny miracles, policing the birthrate, breast implants, mysterious phone calls in the dead of night, pornography, eternal youth, and the price of devotion. With whom — or what — are you really crawling into bed, in the dark?
Or you might view it as a phantasmagoric kaleidoscope of sex, monsters, empaths, telepaths, aliens, peewee crime kingpins, otherworldly lovers, sentient art, UFOs, “rectosonics”, and Mexican wrestling.
You could behold this book’s contents as a spectacle of serial love, hot and cold lust, betrayal, and relationships seen from both ends of the telescope. Or a long, hard look into killers, from inside their POV and out, murder, mayhem, death, and things worse than death.
Or you could stop reading this hard sell and start eyeballing the thirteen stories that comprise this collection — Eye.
Watcher of the Skies
Scoop Goes Rectosonic
Why Rudy Can’t Read
Murder (bonus short story)