The Tindalos Asset

Caitlín R. Kiernan
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The Tindalos Asset


I thought that this was better than the second entry in the series, Black Helicopters, but perhaps not quite as good as the first, Agents of Dreamland. It's a non-linear narrative which jumps around a lot between past, present, and future, which makes it more difficult to understand exactly what is going on. In the end, the various plot threads mostly come together for an understanding of what has happened and when.

As with the previous entries, this is very much a Lovecraftian work, and may be appreciated by fans of that universe.

Content warning for body horror, graphic violence, severe depression, suicidal ideation, drug abuse, and the effects of PTSD.