Teddy Wayne Gives Readers a Disturbing Glimpse Into the Predatory Side of a Social Outcast

Teddy Wayne Gives Readers a Disturbing Glimpse Into the Predatory Side of a Social Outcast

By Luiza Lodder

Thrilling, engrossing, and infuriating, Loner harks back -- in a completely contemporary timbre -- to literary classics that create compelling portraits of repellant characters. 8 Dec 2016 // 1:15 AM

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"I'd gotten burned out on scope and maybe on spectacle in video games, but I think it's time to return to bigger worlds to conquer.

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