Another book that stunned me into silence and believe me that is not the easiest thing to achieve alice and the fly really is a most amazing read immediately addictive haunting terribly authentic and with some beautifully written prose and an almost creepy unsettling ambience this will draw you in and hold you there throughout. Alice and the fly is narrated by greg a young man who suffers from a crippling phobia and extreme social awkwardness nicknamed psycho by his peers greg is an outcast at school and at home the only bright spot in his miserable world is his classmate alice to whom the book is addressed in the form of a letter journal. Alice and the fly lost my interest part way through and unfortunately never quite got my attention back the only factual information is gleaned from the police interviews which are few and far between this book was a miss for me but readers who like this type of writing format may find gregs story compelling. Alice and the fly appears at first to sit squarely in this genre greg suffers from a phobia of spiders them both real and hallucinated he was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of . For all the bleakness it portrays alice and the fly is an oddly uplifting novel the guardian alice and the fly is a darkly quirky story of love obsession and fear a disconcerting but beautiful story hung around the enchanting and heartbreaking voice of teenager greg
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