Wrathbone and Other Stories
Publish date: 2016-10-03
Publisher: Comet Press
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
This is my second read of Jason's and this one is a short story collection. Without further ado, here we go: Wrathbone- The "title track" of this collection and it's an eerie display of watching a man sink deeper and deeper into madness. What makes this story even more unsettling is that it'...
Wrathbone sat on my mantel for a full month tempting me to read it, but I was determined to save it for Halloween night and I'm so glad that I did. I couldn't put it down and almost read it in one sitting, but instead, I saved the last story for the following day in order to make it last a little lo...
I just finished reading the last story in this collection and I am still having trouble finding words to describe just how much I am in awe of Wrathbone, the story that the collection is named after. I loved every single story in this book, but Wrathbone was by far my favorite. Jason Parent is an au...
Wrathbone is a story collection which rivals the best out there! Every single tale delivers, and that's such a rare thing, at least for me. My favorite among the bunch, (and believe me, it was HARD to choose!), had to be: Revenge Is A Dish A tasty little tale, (forgive the pun, you'll understand...
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