It’s not often that a book will be awarded a full 10/10 on DLS Reviews.  When scoring a book, I hold it against its peers, weigh up the pros and cons, and then see if that matches up what my gut says.  It usually does.  And from around a third of the way through William Holloway’s ‘The Immortal Body’ (2012) - the first instalment in his Lovecraftian style cosmic horror trilogy – it became pretty clear that the book was going to be one of those few to garner the full ten skulls on DLS.

William Holloway scares me.  The man’s got one beast of a twisted mind.  The stuff he comes up with.  The stuff he throws at you.  It really is some mind-boggling, nightmare inducing, madness.

If you thought ‘Lucky’s Girl’ (2014) was messed-up, you’d better think again.  The world just got that little bit darker…