"I Never Liked You Anyway brings a hypnotic, propulsive update to an enduring myth. Kurella's striking prose and sharp perspective makes this an irresistible read." - Sarah Gailey
"A vivid tapestry of music, young love, friendship, and relationships gone awry, with some delicious snark woven in." - Alex Shvartsman
"I Never Liked You Anyway is heartfelt and stunning, a lively life-after-death journey that will resonate with anyone whose voice is unheard. Kurella's prose sings through grief and laughter alike, and he effortlessly weaves together the myths of rockstars and gods. This novella doesn't miss a beat." - Lauren Ring, author of (emet)
"This novella re-imagines the Afterlife in a way you haven't seen before. It is a fun and poignant ride towards discovering one's purpose and identity. But ultimately, a love letter to life itself." - Eugenia Triantafyllou
Eurydice is dead, and hell is a school. She has to learn Hauntings, Baking Disasters, Threads of Fate, and all the other classes a newly dead soul needs to master before they're ready for what comes next. Eurydice is still processing the disastrous relationship that sent her into the land of the dead almost as soon as she was married to the brilliant love of her life, Orpheus. She'll tell you how he swept her off her feet, and how their polyamourous group swept each other up in music and art and art theory and a life of creation from destruction, but mostly just destruction. But, this isn't their story. Eurydice is dead, and failing all her classes, and she knows Orpheus is coming to get her out. Not that he cares, but that's not what she wants. And, she's the only one who truly knows how Orpheus and Eurydice's story ends.