A brief excerpt:
Unpredictable and uncategorizable, Meth the Immortal is shaping up to be a really fun series. It’s tough to pinpoint the key demographic for a book such as this – it has the heart and aesthetics of an all-ages book but a level of graphic violence that may disturb younger readers. Younger teens and adults with a tolerance for quirkiness, however, will lap up the Meth’s unique premise, politically-charged first act and eventual descent into fantasy horror. I wholeheartedly admire the series’ refusal to be pigeonholed into any particular genre.
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