Without empathy

Review of The Extinction Club.

There are those who will wantonly torture and kill animals. They pay not a moment’s heed to the suffering of another creature, lest it interfere with their needs, whether visceral or economic. They are malicious and without empathy.

Montreal novelist Jeffrey Moore takes aim at these malevolent characters in The Extinction Club, as he deftly transforms the Laurentians from idyllic cottage country to a macabre landscape filled with predatory humans.

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