"If you're a fan of Thomas Ligotti's The Conspiracy Against The Human Race, you'll enjoy the philosophical rants throughout Fubar, where I saw a great deal of influence from Ligotti's book. If you're a fan of bigger name transgressive fiction authors such as Bret Easton Ellis, Chuck Palahniuk, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and even a splash of Charles Bukowski, this is the book for you. Although his influences are evident, this doesn't take anything away from the originality of G.C. McKay's writing, which definitely has an identity of its own."


- LitJunkie, Goodreads ★★★★★

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"a masterpiece of a novel, this is transgressive fiction done right."  — Lauren Sapala, author of The INFJ Writer and Between the Shadow and Lo

As his past and present begin to blur into a metaphysical nightmare, Eric Archer’s descent back to where he once lost himself before seems not only imminent but inevitable.


Out of work as an actor and out of love with life, Eric slowly succumbs to his many addictions, until vengeful thoughts start to disturb his mentally fragile mind.


But as he turns around to face his worst fears, it appears they've always been right in front him, hiding in plain sight the entire time...


Will putting his secret vendetta into action bring him the meaning his existence so desperately craves?
Or will it expose him to a side of his nature he’ll never be able to unlearn?


Either way, all paths lead back to FUBAR


Note from the Author
For anyone who may be interested, my novels and stories have often been compared and recommended to fans of Michel Houellebecq (Serotonin, Atomised), Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club), Bret Easton Ellis (American Psycho) and Hubert Selby Jr. (Requiem for a Dream).