Sunday, 24 March 2013

Ballet of the Bones by David Haynes

Ballet of the Bones kind of follows on from Mask of the Macabre in that it is set in the same time and is another quartet of creepy stories, although these can be read on their own.

As with the first book, the stories have links to each other and are just deliciously macabre.  I especially liked The Bone House, but they are all of top quality.  Again, you can just feel the atmosphere of the times in the author's writing.

1 comment:

  1. This is a must read for horror fans, especially if you like old school horror. Nice review Joo!

    Hey that rhymed :-)