Tag: Eco Horror

Eden by Tim Lebbon

Part of the job here at STORGY is that I have to read a tonne of books, everything from short story collections, to anthologies, to independently published fiction, to the great novels from the larger publishers – poetry sometimes, experimental the next… I read everything and everything. Eden is one of those books that wraps

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Always North by Vicki Jarrett

Always North by Vicki Jarrett is a strange little beast, on the one hand I thought that the location and isolation that she brought to the book were astonishingly well written – you could feel the bleakness of it, the coldness of the arctic and at times when I was reading in bed, I’m sure

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Growing Things by Paul Tremblay

On 29th July, horror maestro Stephen King tweeted: “Can’t praise Paul Tremblay’s GROWING THINGS highly enough. 19 creepy classics that will turn your favourite easy chair into an uneasy chair. One of the best collections of the 21st century.” High praise indeed. When one of the undisputed masters of the genre goes out of his way to

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