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NEW REVIEW: Christopher Golden & Tim Lebbon 'Blood Of The Four' (2018)

Posted by Chris Hall on Tuesday, May 29, 2018, In : New Review 
Next up on DLS Reviews we have a full in-depth review of Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon’s standalone dark fantasy epic ‘Blood Of The Four’ (2018).  If you enjoy intricate, carefully plotted and thoroughly engrossing fantasy novels awash with hard-boiled interweaving storylines, then you really should pick up a copy.


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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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