The Guardian’s Michael Hann calls it “an unpolished turd of a book” and the Daily Beast’s Nico Hines dubs it “a bizarre, misogynistic ramble.”
Penguin released Morrissey’s Autobiography in 2013, and today (Sept. 24), the venerable publishing house is giving the world a novel from Moz, titled List of the Lost.
The 128-page paperback tells the story of a men’s relay team in mid '70s Boston that is cursed after accidentally killing someone. “The wretch begins a banishing ritual of the four main characters, and therefore his own death at the beginning of the book is illusory.”
Two early reviewers sound like they wish the book itself would have remained illusory.