Book review: Aletheia – JS Breukelaar

‘Aletheia’ is a very dense novel and a sizeable book to boot. There is a murky essence to this story of a family returning home after a lengthy absence, but does it buckle under its own weight? Certainly not. Crystal Lake Publishing doesn’t release books they don’t heartily believe in. My TBR pile meant that…

Book Review: Pinprick – Matthew Cash

It has certainly been an interesting journey with regard to the writing outputs of Matthew Cash. A couple of his earlier short works had feet firmly planted in the more extreme end of the horror genre. Then one day I came across ‘Illness’ and ‘Hell and Sebastian’; two stories that showed Mr Cash might have…