AN UNSETTLED SCORE
The Collected Twisted Visions of Christopher L. DelGuercio
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Praise for Christopher DelGuercio's previous book Eden Succeeding
"Chris DelGuercio has crafted a fascinating dystopia in Eden Succeeding, wonderfully describing a world that feels like an H.R. Giger painting. I am eager to read more from this upcoming author." --David Peters, editor, Fried Fiction
"The classic sci-fi trope -- Earthlings colonizing an alien planet -- finds new life in Christopher DelGuercio's debut novelette which offers a fresh, provocative, and chilling take on what it means to be human. From the ties that bind husband and wife to the concept of survival at all costs, DelGuercio superimposes society's most difficult ethical dilemmas onto a world in which change is the only constant -- and places its moral compass in the stained and reluctant hands of The Meatman, a hero whose voice rings heartbreaking and true. While justice on this brave new world may be up for grabs, if there's any justice on Earth this edition will be the first of many subsequent visits to DelGuercio's dangerous and seductive Eden." --Linda Lowen, award-winning author, columnist, and contributor
"A positively excellent story . . . kinky and evocative . . . without a single padded scene or wasted sentence . . . It's fast, fun action, but it ain't just filler. Every scene builds on the previous and informs the upcoming . . . The main characters are believable and nuanced and DelGuercio manages to create emotional investment within the framework of a sci-fi thriller. No small feat. I'm impressed . . . DelGuercio is one bright spot on a plate of nori. He's like salmon roe." --TQR Stories
"Christopher DelGuercio's novelette, Eden Succeeding, is a chilling and creative work of speculative fiction. Full of luscious detail, disturbing and disturbed characters, and a haunting sense of dread that lingers long after the book is safely on the shelf. Eden succeeds, not only in completely engaging its readers but also by leaving them yearning for more." --Megan Davidson, author of The Thundering