First review of A FEAST OF FRIGHTS

I swear I do not know Vivian Metzger, who holds the distinction of writing the first review for A Feast of Frights from The Horror Zine. While she doesn’t name “Clawed Sod,” she does mention its author.

I was so pleasantly surprised by the exceptional quality of the stories included in this collection. The scary, scary ideas were rich in quality and uniqueness. This book also includes lots of commentary, interviews with famous authors, articles, poems and artwork. There is really something for everyone, as long as you like horror! Some of the work is reprints, but most is original. Joe McKinney is fast becoming a favorite author of mine. All his writings are chilling and smart. Joe R. Lansdale is also so incredible. I like a lot Jeff Strand and Ed Gorman and others. Oh, the book is a good mix of best-selling authors and young authors, too. There are many in this book that are new writers to watch for success. Eric J. Guignard is really amazing and also Christian A. Larsen and Christopher Nadeau and Taylor Grant.

If you have already purchased A Feast of Frights from The Horror Zine in paperback or Kindle ebook format, please leave your own review, even if it doesn’t mention me specifically, because there are so many talented writers, poets, and artists and they really deserve the praise.

If you haven’t purchased A Feast of Frights from The Horror Zine yet, then you’ll want to go ahead and do that, then.

2 Responses to “First review of A FEAST OF FRIGHTS”

  1. Very cool. As someone looking to have a book on amazon in the coming months, I can imagine the first review makes for an exciting day. Wishing you many more!

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