Statisticians tell us that, in any group of people, roughly one-third of their members are secretly cloth-and-porcelain simulacra assembled from scraps by the Mad Puppeteer. Look to your left. 337 more words
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I’m a big fan of Adam Nevill’s horror novels, so I eagerly awaited reading this new one ‘Under a Watchful Eye’.
This is psychological, claustrophobic horror at its best; Seb Logan the main character is a successful novelist living alone in a cliffside house in Devon, he’s had a chequered past which has left mental scars mainly due to an unstable flat mate called Ewan who in his past caused a lot of problems. 289 more words
Britain’s premier literary horror writer is at it again with ‘Under A Watchful Eye’ – a book that sees Nevill move back towards his fondness for the supernatural in a tale that is brooding, beautifully written and deeply unsettling. 391 more words