The Sanguinaires

Gabriel Verveniotis’s The Sanguinaires, Or What I Hate Most About Everything is a captivating story that delves into the underground, marginalized and disenfranchised people. When a collective premonition about their deaths is revealed to a population, chaos breaks out on how to interpret this strange and momentous event. The minority, diagnosed as Sanguinaires, understandably becomes paranoid, depressed and anxious and joins up eventually to resist the manipulative powers of the Department of Psychological Welfare. This Toronto-based novella delves into the psychological space for a fringe society between suicide and salvation.

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Gabriel Verveniotis