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Fantastic review of The Lovecraft Squad: Dreaming (Stephen Jones, ed.) by the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer.
The Lovecraft Squad: Dreaming is a hugely enjoyable anthology, and Stephen Jones has once again worked his magic as editor to pull together some of the best and most
Grabs from the first couple of Goodreads reviews of Restoration – thanks to Paromjit and Imogene respectively. <3
1. Angela Slatter writes a bewitchingly compelling addition to this series. Her greatest strengths are her witty and humorous writing style
Many thanks to the delightful Maria Haskins for this great review of Vigil!
Angela Slatter’s ‘Vigil’ is a whodunnit wrapped up in a dark, urban fantasy world, and one of the many delightful things about this terrific page-turner of a book, is that
Angela Slatter and Lisa L Hannett have become well known for their collaborative short fiction work. Last year they won an Aurealis Award for it. They’ve
… Shades of Sentience of The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales – thanks guys.
There’s a good blend here, some being more horror whilst others being closer to fantasy. There were quite a few surprising endings too, where she either bucks the social norm, or invites us into a well known fairy-tale, then changes the ending on us. In
… about The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales *blush*.
Thanks, Ms Sarah. 🙂
… over at Guy Salvidge’s place. Sprawl is the latest anthology from TPP and has some awesome stuff from the likes of Peter M. Ball, L.L. Hannett, Sean Williams, et al.
He says nice things about Brisneyland by Night:
“Brisneyland by Night” by Angela Slatter is an intriguing and complex tale about the Weyrd, and more specifically a kinderfresser or child eater.
Writer Alan Baxter reviews Sourdough & Other Stories over at his blog. I do believe this is the first review :-).
I consumed this thing whole and it consumed me.
A v nice review of Strange Tales III:
I will mention first the three stories which struck me as really outstanding. Nina Allan’s The Lammas Worm is an extraordinary piece told in an exceptionally captivating narrative style, revolving around old unwholesome myths and featuring a weird girl who joins a circus company, bringing about trouble and tragedy. Sanctuary Run by Daniel