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NEW REVIEW: Tim Dry - Ricochet (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Sunday, March 1, 2015, In : New Review 
Oh sweet Jesus can Tim Dry weave some beautifully imaginative and wonderfully entertaining tales.  If you like to immerse yourself in originality and intrinsically-crafted literature, then you’ll want to venture into the mind-boggling turf that is Dry’s latest offering – ‘Ricochet’ (2015).

Like a hallucinogenic slideshow across space and time, venturing out into the strange and the chaotic; it’s a thought-provoking exploration and abstract mishmash that somehow comes together with ...
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NEW REVIEW: Dean M. Drinkel - Phobophobias (2014)

Posted by Chris Hall on Saturday, December 20, 2014, In : New Review 
Dean M Drinkel has compiled some pretty awesome horror anthologies over the last few years.  The phobia-inspired collection ‘Phobophobia’ (2011) being one such anthology (DLS Review to follow shortly…).  Because of the success of the collection, Drinkel decided to compile a follow-on anthology entitled ‘Phobophobias’ (2014), offering up a further twenty-six phobia-inspired stories.

Expect the usual high calibre phobia-induced horror stories from some of the best new names in the genr...
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NEW REVIEW: Tim Lebbon - Berserk (2005)

Posted by Chris Hall on Thursday, October 16, 2014, In : New Review 
Following on with the run-up-to-Scardiff novels, next up to be reviewed is Tim Lebbon’s novel ‘Berserk’ (2005).

Quite a slow-paced novel that holds back on the action; instead opting for a more emotionally-heavy portrayal of a horror that has been unearthed.

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