Reviews

[Review] Human Beings

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Ann Laabs reviews Human Beings, a quietly dread-inducing collection of short stories by Rachael Llewellyn that will ‘break your heart while creeping your flesh’.​

[Review] Just Behind You

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Mike O’Driscoll explores Ramsey Campbell’s world – ‘a dark, refracted vision of our own’ – in his short story collection Just Behind You.​

[Review] Randall’s Round

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Horrified’s Ally Wilkes is entranced by Randall’s Round: Nine Nightmares by Eleanor Scott: ‘a powerful distillation of the British Weird.’​

[Review] Ars Gratia Sanguis

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Dan Carpenter enjoys Great British Horror volume 6, Ars Gratia Sanguis, ‘a fascinating exploration of the links between horror and visual art.’

[Review] The Angels of L19

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Dan Carpenter discovers The Angels of L19 by Jonathan Walker, a ‘strange, brilliant’ novel set in a close-knit Christian community in Thatcherite Liverpool.​