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text 2016-04-25 23:52
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The Hanover Block - Gregor Xane

 

It was odd, strange, icky in some places, and a little disturbing.

 

 

I have a couple of unanswered questions, but it was an enjoyable read.

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text 2016-04-20 15:23
THE HANOVER BLOCK is a buck

Gregor Xane is a sexy man with loads of writing chops. He's the best technical writer I personally know, and is one of the most imaginative people I've ever come across. His work is surreal and clever, yet written in such a way as to promote understanding and ease of reading. 

 

That being said, he's got a book on sale. I suggest that, if you've not already purchased it, you buy THE HANOVER BLOCK for a buck and read it. It's fucking weird and amazing and you'll likely never read anything else like it as long as you live. It's one of the best novellas I've read. It's also the piece that made me fan of Gregor's work.

 

Yes, I am good friends with Gregor. He's been a supportful buddy through hard times, but this has nothing to do with that. The above statements are my unbiased opinion. If the book sucked, you wouldn't be reading this post.

 

Buy the book here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NKUSVZS/ref=cm_sw_su_dp

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text 2016-04-20 11:55
The Hanover Block for 99ยข - Kindle Countdown Deal

The Hanover Block is available now (and for another 24 hours or so) for only 99¢ (down from the regular digital list price of $3.99).

 

If you've been wondering what the hell that thing on the cover is, now might be the time to find out.

 

What it's about:

 

Living in the long shadow of a tragic accident, Marion struggles through his solitary suburban life. He's resigned himself to a static existence, to living and dying in a world where every house looks exactly the same. Then he notices changes in his neighborhood. Tool sheds and playhouses are cropping up all over, hastily constructed and set at odd angles. The nutjob down the road builds an outhouse in the middle of his front yard, and the guy right next door is erecting two geodesic climbing domes, one nested inside the other.

People are doing strange things on their lawns.

 

Click to read a sample

(Click the cover to read a sample.)

 

Grab The Hanover Block at the Amazon US site for only $0.99!

 

Snag The Hanover Block at the Amazon UK site for just £0.99!

 

 

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text 2015-10-25 04:52
Today is the last day...

...to enter to win a paperback copy of my novella The Hanover Block at this place that shall not be named.

Source: www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/156444-the-hanover-block
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text 2015-06-01 18:04
May Reads & roundup
The Devil Gave Them Black Wings - Lee Thompson
The Hanover Block - Gregor Xane
The Black Dahlia - James Ellroy
The Jigsaw Man - Gord Rollo
The Library of the Dead - Michael Bailey,Michael Bailey,Erinn L. Kemper,Gary A. Braunbeck,Sydney Leigh,Gene O'Neill,Yvonne Navarro,Mary SanGiovanni,Brian Keene,Chris Marrs,Roberta Lannes,Kealan Patrick Burke,J.F. Gonzalez,Weston Ochse,Lucy A. Snyder,Christopher Golden,Tim Lebbon,R
Pennies for the Damned - Edward Lorn
Heaven's Prisoners - James Lee Burke
No One Gets Out Alive - Adam Nevill
When We Join Jesus In Hell - Lee Thompson
Light in August (The Corrected Text) - William Faulkner

A cracking month for getting back on track as regards my yearly target, I'm now 7 books ahead of the game after reading one or two novellas and short stories. A mixed month with quality including two of the worst books I've ever read and one of the best in William Faulkner's Light in August. I've smashed last months 18 with a solid 26 in May but you might say there's a bit of cheating in there with short stories but hey, they all count in my book. 

 

As per usual I'm a few reviews behind but working on them as we speak and I'm coming up to one year on booklikes at the end of June. So I've got a brilliant idea for a give-away and if you like Craig Saunders then watch out.

 

 

  1. Gregor Xane – The Riggle Twins (4*)
  2. The Sun Dog – Stephen King (4.5*)
  3. Lee Thompson - The Devil Gave Them Black Wings (4.5*)
  4. Gregor Xane – The Hanover Block (4*)
  5. John Everson - Violet Lagoon (3.5*)
  6. Craig Saunders – Insulation(4*)
  7. James Ellroy – The Black Dahlia(4*)
  8. Gord Rollo – Jigsaw Man (3.5*)
  9. Jack Lance – Pyrophobia (3*)
  10. The Library of the Dead anthology(4*)
  11. John C Foster – Dead Men (1*)
  12. Edward Lorn – Pennies for the damned (4*)
  13. Sam West - Dreamworld: Extreme Horror (2*)
  14. James Lee Burke - Heaven's Prisoners (4*)
  15. Adam Nevill – No one gets out Alive (4*)
  16. Lee Thompson - When We Join Jesus In Hell (5*) reread
  17. Iain Rob Wright – K is for Klutz (2.5*)
  18. Michael Blumlein - The Brains of Rats (3.5*)
  19. Brian Keene – The Rising (4.5*)
  20. William Faulkner - Light in August (5*)
  21. Iain Rob Wright – J is for Jaws(2.5*)
  22. Michael Burnside - Not Another Bloody Zombie Story (1*)
  23. Michaelbrent Collings – Strangers (4.5*)
  24. Iain Rob Wright - Slasher: the Escape of Richard Heinz(3*)
  25. William Todd Rose - Bleedovers: A Dystopian Novella (3.5*)
  26. Carlton Mellick III – Clownfellas (3.5*)
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