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NEW REVIEW: Kit Power - Breaking Point (2016)

Posted by Chris Hall on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, In : New Review 
It’s probably the accountant in me, but one thing that I love about DLS Reviews is the completist documenting and cataloguing of publications.

The stories from Kit Power’s ‘Lifeline Trilogy’ had already been individually reviewed on DLS Reviews through their previous ebook-only incarnations (now no longer available).  However, with the Sinister Horror Company having re-released the three stories, together with the short story ‘Genesis’ (that formed the prequel to ‘Godbomb!’) in...
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NEW REVIEW: Splatterpunk Zine - Issue 6 (2014)

Posted by Chris Hall on Sunday, May 21, 2017, In : New Review 
As you can see, there’s plenty going on over at DLS Reviews at the moment.  Next up we have a full dissection of Jack Banty’s ‘Splatterpunk Zine – Issue 6’ (2014).  And my god is it one hell of an issue!  Brendan Vidito, Ryan Harding, James Newman, Bracken MacLeod, and Kit Power offer up a selection of hard-hitting and utterly uncompromising short stories.  And trust me, they’re all absolute beauties.

What an issue!

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NEW REVIEW: The Sinister Horror Company - The Black Room Manuscripts: Volume One (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Sunday, January 3, 2016, In : New Review 
Happy New Year y’all!  To kick start 2016, DLS Reviews offers up an in-depth story-by-story dissection of The Sinister Horror Company’s anthology ‘The Black Room Manuscripts: Volume One’ (2015).  Containing twenty short stories by some of the most up-and-coming names in horror fiction – the collection is packed to the rafters with stories that with make you grin, cringe and cower.

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NEW REVIEW: Kit Power - God Bomb! (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Wednesday, December 2, 2015, In : New Review 
I have to admit, I’m somewhat of a fan of Kit Power’s work.  So far everything that the young author has published has been incredibly entertaining.  The guy can write so damn well.  His stories all have a strong voice, a distinct rhythm, and some of the best characterisation I’ve seen in years.

And with his debut full-length novel ‘God Bomb!’ (2015) I’m over the moon to see that Kit Power has once again delivered an outrageously good read.  The novel is definitely up there with th...
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NEW INTERVIEW: Kit Power - May 2015

Posted by Chris Hall on Wednesday, May 6, 2015, In : New Interview 
And for the second update of tonight DLS Reviews was fortunate enough to be able to interview British author Kit Power about his work, his life, and what he has in store for us in the not-too-distant-future.  And if I do say so myself- it’s a blinder of an interview.

A thoroughly nice fella.  A particularly entertaining interviewee.  And a damn damn fine writer.

Check out what Kit has to say.  And if you haven’t done so already, I strongly urge you to get your grubby mitts on some of his wo...
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NEW REVIEW: Kit Power - The Loving Husband And The Faithful Wife (2014)

Posted by Chris Hall on Thursday, April 16, 2015, In : New Review 
Next to be added to DLS Reviews is British author Kit Power’s double-short-story ebook offering entitled ‘The Loving Husband And The Faithful Wife’ (2014).  In a nutshell you have two good-lengthed short stories, written in a Richard Laymon-esque prose, with some really quite gritty (and eventually brutal) undertones.

Utterly entertaining.  If you haven’t checked out any of Kit Power’s stuff yet – then I strongly urge you to correct this oversight now.

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NEW REVIEW: Kit Power - Lifeline (2014)

Posted by Chris Hall on Tuesday, March 3, 2015, In : New Review 
Fancy something decidedly grim to clog up your sense of decency?  Well stuff your moral compass away in your sock drawer for a short while and give yourself a torture-porn injection with Kit Power’s utterly brutal novella ‘Lifeline’ (2014).

Eli Roth eat your frigging heart out...

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