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Reclusive Reads rated it 2 years ago
After the divorce of his parents, James Curry finds himself torn away from the town he grew up in, his friends, the girl he loves, saddled with a stepfather he can't stand....and worst of all, missing his dad.When his mom finally caves in, and allows him to spend the last month of summer vacation ba...
sherrysniderfundin rated it 3 years ago
Amazon / Goodreads MY REVIEW Hardened Hearts is a collection of short stories that is gross, lovely, sad, scary, terrifying, evil and all that is in between. The characters hearts will be laid bare, some you can literally see. Are you afraid yet? Some of the horror can be in told a few page...
Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 4 years ago
I don't read much poetry. I like it well enough, but I'm also extremely picky about what I like. I'm soothed by the cadence and rhythm of the words. I love the experience of reading out-loud a well-crafted poem, where speaking it correctly is a performance in itself.And then... there's poetry that d...
Soze Says
Soze Says rated it 6 years ago
Glenn Rolfe is one of my favourite up and coming writers (and he seems like a pretty decent guy to boot), so I picked up Slush, his recent short collection of 12 tales, with no small amount of expectation. Regardless of this, like most collections of short fiction, I found a mixed group of tales, mo...
Shiftyj1 rated it 6 years ago
*Review for audiobook version*This one by Glen Rolfe started a bit slow for me and I was mildly worried that the collection may be a wee light, but after the first few stories it really started to take off and get darker. For some of the stories…a lot darker. I listened to this one on audio and pain...
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 7 years ago
Sorry so long. Collections are a pain in the bum to review. Slush is a collection of short horror and dark fiction and the forward to the stories tantalizes:These stories will make you feel real, feel alive, feel creeped out, feel entertained, BUT the key word here is FEEL.Most books only succeed ...
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