May 26, 2016

Book Review: "Anomaly Flats" by Clayton Smith

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Anomaly Flats, by Clayton Smith

Anomaly Flats
By Clayton Smith
Self-published
Reviewed by Jason Pettus

Although I don't want to give the impression that Clayton Smith's Anomaly Flats is bad, because it's not, it's also a fact that I simply don't have a lot to say about it -- it's essentially Welcome to Night Vale but not as funny and not written quite as well, a bizarro tale with supernatural elements that I have to confess I grew tired of kind of quickly. A decent read for those who burn through a lot of these kinds of books, it can pretty easily be skipped by those who don't.

Out of 10: 7.1

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 7:00 AM, May 26, 2016. Filed under: Literature | Literature:Fiction | Reviews |