Book Review: Dimentia

Dimentia by Russell Coy

My face pretty much the entire time I was reading this book…🤔😂

This is, to put it mildly, a weird one. And not necessarily in a bad way. But it’s definitely bonkers, bizarre, and befuddling. 

SUMMARY: After giving up on his dream of being a published writer, Chris is plagued by a series of nightmarish visions of grotesque creatures. As the visions manifest with greater frequency they start targeting his young daughter. They are finding their way into his world and only he can fight them. Chris must uncover the truth about his connection to this strange, sadistic realm, and plunge headfirst into the unknown if he wants to save his daughter and himself. 

A man starts seeing weird goopy sex demons half materialize in his everyday life. A particularly devilish one, dubbed Red Fang, manages to bridge the gap between their worlds and steals his daughter. Now put protagonist must enter a disturbing hellscape to rescue her (and hopefully find his confidence along the way). 

There’s not much to the characters or their personalities, but the plot is crazy enough that I stayed on board just to see what would happen. Now, I mentioned sex demons because the majority of them are, well, having all kinds of freaky sex. There’s a lot of supernatural sex. Like, a lot. 

But there’s also a ton of incredibly imaginative creature designs and alien landscapes, some really hilarious WTF moments, and some strange and unsettling scenes. It’s a speedy descent into odd delirium and I’m mostly here for it (minus a good bit of the demon sex, but that’s just me 💁🏼‍♂️)

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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