Hunters & Collectors by M. Suddain

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Rest assured, readers can look forward to an unconventional but satisfying conclusion based on darkly visionary science fictional extrapolation. Hunters & Collectors is a misanthropic joy ride by a ridiculously talented writer and one of the most unusual novels of the year.
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John Tamberlain is The Tomahawk, the universe’s most feared food critic – though he himself prefers the term ‘forensic gastronomer’. He’s on a quest, in search of the much-storied Hotel Grand Skies, a secretive and exclusive haven where the rich and famous retreat to bask in perfect seclusion. A place where the waiters know their fish knife from their butter knife, their carotid from their subclavian artery, and are trained to enforce the house rules with brutal efficiency.

Blurring the lines between detective story, horror and sci-fi, Hunters & Collectors is a mesmeric trip into the singular imagination of M. Suddain – a freewheeling talent whose poise, invention and sensational sentences have already earned him comparisons to Vonnegut, Pynchon and Douglas Adams.

 

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Published July 7, 2016 by Vintage Digital. 512 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jeff VanderMeer on Jul 06 2016

Rest assured, readers can look forward to an unconventional but satisfying conclusion based on darkly visionary science fictional extrapolation. Hunters & Collectors is a misanthropic joy ride by a ridiculously talented writer and one of the most unusual novels of the year.

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