New Review of The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales

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November 13, 2013 by Anthony Burdge

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000035_00012]Reviewer for The Horror Society, Kris Lugosi, has recently published a fantastic review of our book of Lovecraftian Fiction: The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales

The Friendly Horror as a stand alone story in this book really completed this collection. The Friendly Horror is a collection of Lovecraft inspired tales eloquently written with an unmistakable passion and voice for the genre. I really enjoy this duos writing style and their ability to keep a very strong Lovecraft voice in all that they write with a modern relatable tone.

We have added a link in our archive of reviews but you can CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW



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