Though opposite in many ways, the two characters share the very real pain of being “different” in an environment where differences are not safe and where adults allow social predation to continue. This book that will appeal to those who appreciate Terry Pratchett’s and Libba Bray’s works.
—School Library Journal
Rapp’s knack for chilling realism and John Irvingesque absurdism produces moments of sheer hilarity, sharp insight, and devastating emotion. Readers seeking a dark fairy tale of grotesque, gigantic proportions better buckle up: this is a wild one.