James Pratt's Reviews > Abominations: 17 Spine-Tingling Tales of Murderous Monsters and Horrific Creatures

Abominations by Timothy Deal
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Mar 24, 12

Most of these stories read like the work of up-and-comers still searching for their voice. That doesn't mean this isn't an enjoyable collection of monster-centric tales. The writing is for the most part solid and the emphasis is on atmosphere rather than gore. Some stories shine ("Starvelito" by Lon Prater was particularly twisted) and all are a decent if quick read.

James Pratt, author of 'When Dead Gods Dream: A Collection of Lovecraftian Short Stories'

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