Tag: Grady Hendrix

BOOK REVIEW: We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix

Grady Hendrix is fast becoming one of the most respected authors writing today, and it’s easy to see why. His first title with Quick Books, Horrorstör, was a masterstroke, combining witty corporate satire and locked-room horror. His second novel, My Best Friend’s Exorcism, was one of the most celebrated books of 2017, a heart-rending tale

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BOOK REVIEW: The Nightly Disease by Max Booth III

Somewhere, in a dark, half-forgotten corner of Texas, there’s a hotel where some pretty weird stuff is going down. It’s probably no coincidence that the night auditor of said hotel is the novelist Max Booth III, either. Novelists are strange people. Strange things seem to happen around them. It’s as though they make people aware

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INTERVIEW: Grady Hendrix

Grady Hendrix is the author of Horrorstor, about a haunted Scandinavian furniture superstore, which was named one of the best books of 2014 by NPR and has been translated into fourteen languages. His latest novel, My Best Friend’s Exorcism, is Beaches meets The Exorcist set in the ’80s. He has written about the confederate flag

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BOOK REVIEW: Paperbacks From Hell by Grady Hendrix

Grady Hendrix has been quietly working in the background like code on a computer, he’s churned out some fabulous fiction over the last couple of years (Horrorstor and My Best Friends Exorcism), and we were delighted to review some of his work and interview him recently. STORGY are predicting big things from Hendrix and so

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BOOK REVIEW: My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix

Horror is arguably the only genre defined by an emotion, a sensation. And good Horror, whether it be supernatural, psychological or otherwise, must make us feel. Of course, all good writing should make us feel something, but with Horror, there is a particular import to this. The burden of eliciting emotion in the reader falls

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