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Everyone knows Saul is Windy

Posted on November 9, 2011 by

My latest horror lookback is live on TOR–I read a John Saul book called When the Wind Blows, and found it to be, mostly, a let-down.

The next post is going to be about the V.C. Andrews blockbuster gothic series, The Dollengager Saga, best known by the title of its opener, Flowers in the Attic. But I’m giving myself a teeny break first, by reading D.D. Barant’s hilarious new Bloodhound Files novel Better Off Undead.

The Horrors, at Tor (rors)

Posted on October 4, 2011 by

Reading Christopher Buelman’s Those Across the River got me to thinking about some of the horror novels I read during the Eighties, which in turn has led me to revisit a few of those books. The first of these time travel experiments is up at Tor.com, an essay about Peter Straub’s thoroughly wonderful novel Shadowland. Enjoy!