At some point after you’ve looked up

Follow our one eyed narrator through a short treatise on the subject of life, where he vows that, “having noticed the use of psychological warfare against the people, you vow to rebel despite possible consequences”. The text, flowing throughout the pages with ellipses after every few words, seems like it should be running together coherently, but isn’t, and I can’t seem to chalk that fact up to a ‘clever’ narrative device. The illustrations one each page are pretty clear repetitions of their corresponding text, and are heavy on alien imagery and surveillance cameras. While I generally agree with some of the sentiments espoused here, the brute simplicity with which they are conveyed makes them easy to dismiss. (Sarah Pinder)

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