Praise for Chemicals
“When I first started reading Chemicals by literary newcomer, Erica Crockett, I had to look up the author’s name again to make sure I wasn’t reading Charlie Huston or Chuck Palahniuk. The writing is that good. The story about a world devoid of pharmaceuticals is even better. Imagine a world where cartels terrorize society and something as everyday-taken-for-granted as a baby aspirin is a rare thing to possess. This is one of the most intelligent and suspenseful novels by a young, sure-to-be superstar that I’ve read in a long time.”
- Vincent Zandri, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of The Remains and Everything Burns
"Erica Crockett's debut novel Chemicals is a deconstruction of big pharma. It is a masterful narrative that betrays her sly pagan roots. The prose has a decidedly distinct voice—the dialogue and characters are carefully crafted with a dark, biting humor, just enough to pierce through the delightfully foreboding sense of doom conjured by a society entirely overrun by drug cartels and lack of any real political order. A must read for fans of dystopian sci-fi."
- Benton Rooks, author of TRETA-YUGA
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