By 6th November 2013Uncategorised

“House of Small Shadows is a great example of weird horror with a good blend of the psychological. Troubled Catherine starts to question what is real and what isn’t as things become more and more bizarre. There’s a certain turning point halfway through the novel where things immediately go into overdrive, and stay there, making the second half a wild nightmare trip with nowhere to turn. Puppets that may be much more, an ancient cult, otherwordly beings, things not being what they seem, this novel has tons to offer. Without a doubt Nevill’s best work to date, and one that readers will lose sleep over. Highly recommended.”

In the Red House we all rustle with thanks …

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.