A constant presence in the book is the sense of extreme claustrophobia, detailed in all it’s excruciating agony by the skillful pen of Nick Cutter.
“It’s pages contain enough ethereal pleasures to please the palates of even the most persnickety of pundits. The rest of us will find it very tasty indeed.”
Dark Energies By Ann K. Schwader ISBN-13: 978-0980462517 $12.00; 112 pages; August 2015 P’REA PRESS Science fiction and horror are family members who live and breathe the same air, just one breathes with a punctured set of lungs from a knife wound, while the other breathes from a carefully constructed […]
Author refers to story as “Rosemary’s Baby meets The West Wing.”
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