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Sparkling Books

The People’s Book Prize Finalist 2013-14

‘This is indeed a wonderfully eerie, atmospheric book […]’ – Elizabeth, The Garden Window

“Although it is described as a horror, I would say that it is not entirely typical of this genre. […] The story is strange, dark and unsettling, but very beautifully crafted.” The People’s Book Prize Reader

“Can we talk about the thing I loved most first? The writing. Oh, my word, the writing […] flowing and swirling and building until it’s created whole worlds of dread and fear around you.” – Caitlin Blanchard, Books are my Drug

“Full of rich description, it depicts the horrifying, ravenous secret lurking beneath the surface of the village. I would recommend this to fans of classic English horror as well as fans of Stephen King.” – Lucy O’Connor, Waterstones

“The author’s writing was very poetic and gave nothing away. This is the type of book to read curled up in front of a fire, just don’t be alone…” – Kathleen Kelly, CelticLady’s Reviews

“Brown paints a veritable picture with his words […]” – Julianne Snow, DarkMediaOnline

“[…] a dark journey not only of the mind, but of the soul.” – Nina D’Arcangela

More reviews

The People’s Book Prize 
Books are my Drug

CelticLady’s Reviews
The Garden Window
The Angry Grey Cat Reads
Lizzy’s Dark Fiction
Book Nomad
I Heart Reading
Fantastic Books
The Book Babbler
Slave to Books
Z. M. Wilmot
Lovely Treez Reads