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- Alternate Worlds - Quality from Down UnderIf you are looking for fresh and interesting horror fiction you should do yourself a favour and download this little beauty for free. The Australian Horror Writers Sampler 2013 is a deliciously dark and twisted wander through the work of seven writers. A couple of the authors contained herein I’d heard of but the delight for me was discovering the work of those that I hadn’t and will now in all honesty, seek out, buy and read.
The sampler kicks off with “The Grief School” by Matthew Tait. This twisted tale is about a gambler who, in order to pay off his debts, makes a deal with a very human devil. It’s disturbing and goes off down some very dark paths but is a great read with jet black shades of early Clive Barker shot through its’ veins.
This is then followed by “Harry’s Dead Poodle” by David Kernot. This is another dark and disturbing tale about a man, his love of poodles, a lunchbox and his neighbour. A weird mix but the writing, like the initial story, is raw, in your face and has a great finale. Probably not one to read before dinner though!
The third story is an extract from a novel called “End of Dreams: The immortal Destiny Book One” by Kim Faulks. This one bowled me over. Visceral and brutal, it introduces Edric Hastings “The Woodcutter”, a child serial killer and his date with destiny at the hands of Mercy, a vampire. As an introduction to her work it’s very full on but very, very good. Definitely on my “to read” wish list!
Hear No Evil by Shane Jiraiya Cummings is a great little tale about a man involved in an industrial accident who is disturbed by screams. Again, I am on the hunt for more of Mr. Cummings’ work.
The Nightmare Dimension is another rollicking good novella from David Conyers. Take a pinch of Clive Barker, a drop of Hellblazer, a good glug of quality writing, a handful of magic and demonology and shake vigorously and you have this heady brew of a story. Conyers never fails to impress with the sheer fun that he conveys through his writing.
Empties by Jay Caselberg was another story that I really liked. Hell, I liked them all but this has a more subtle writing style to it that just lingers. The story follows the breakdown of a relationship and the main character’s obsession with people who he sees out and about who just appear empty. It’s not overtly horrific but has this perspective about human behaviour and psychology that just struck a chord with me.
The End of Ever (Part 1) by Troy Barnes has shades of “The Drive In” about it. It is another novel extract where a group of people are transported to somewhere where darkness reigns. A tantalising glimpse is all we get. Another one for the wish list methinks! In fact pretty much everything here is wish list material. This is a great wee freebie to get and a wonderful introduction to a whole new world of horror and darkness.
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- lacks ability to get all the way under the covers to the raw data if you have very specialized reporting needs
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