Ahead of its time.
I could smell and taste it.
. . . the lives of Tess and Bibi still haunt me.
I just read this AGAIN. I think I’ve read it 4 times now?
A strange and compelling novel. I didn’t like any of the main characters but I came to care for them and dreaded the inevitable horror awaiting them at the story’s end.
. . . in walks Kathe Koja, changing all the definitions of what horror is and what it’s supposed to represent in one fell swoop.
Those aren’t blurbs, those are real readers reacting to SKIN. And now SKIN’s on its way into ebook format, via Roadswell Editions, to bring the love and pain and big machines to readers who know the story well, and those who’ve yet to meet the duo of Tess Bajac and Bibi Bloss. Cue the bass, start the solder melting! The girls are back in town.