Book review: The Green and the Black – William Meikle

  William Meikle comes up trumps again with this hugely satisfying short novel of creepy folk horror. The Green and the Black features a couple of familiar horror tropes, but never does it feel tired as books with these tropes often can. We have mysterious diary extracts that speak of strange green-eyed “wee folk” that…

Book review: Festival – Aaron J. French

The first in a series of releases from Unnerving Magazine that coincide with the magazine goes to Aaron J. French. His story Festival is one part Wolf Creek and one part The Wicker Man as a young couple stop off at a hot springs camp site called Serenity Sanctum. The site seems pleasant enough, though…

Book Review: The Grieving Stones – Gary McMahon

Gary McMahon has been around for some time. He is a writer that I have often heard mention of as being an excellent wordsmith, however this is actually my first time reading any of his work and I am pleased to report that what I have heard holds true. McMahon is what I would call…