Tales of Blood and Sulphur: Apocalypse Minor: Volume 1 (The Tales of Blood and Sulphur) Paperback – 20 Jul 2015
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About the Author
J.G Clay was born in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire on Halloween night, 1973. By sheer coincidence, it was the night of the full moon. The man was tailor made for the Horror Genre. A life-long horror and science fiction fan, he has written for his own amusement since his teenage years, taking time off to do the usual things that adolescent boys do and growing up disgracefully. Now in his forties, he has returned to his passion for the dark, the weird and the twisted. Tales of Blood and Sulphur is his first foray into the world of the Author but rest assured, there are plenty more stories to come. The man has a plan and he is out to scare the world, the solar system and beyond Off duty, he has a passion for music, films and Birmingham City FC. He can also hold down a half decent bassline. J.G lives with his wife and step-daughter in Rothwell, Northamptonshire – the heart of the English countryside, an idyllic setting but a strange one to find a Nightmare Child of Halloween.
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Tales of apocalypse, otherworldly creatures lurking in your garden, demons with offers that you can’t refuse, cosmic deities, this collection has it all.
Mr Clay has become an author whose work I will buy without hesitation, it’s that good. The writing style is vivid, gripping and pulls you in with the story. The author has a skill that will take him to the top, I have no doubt.
I'm quite picky when it comes to horror stories, finding most do not hit the mark so to speak but there was not one story in this collection that I did not enjoy. Love how the mix of classic horror and Asian mythology bring together truly terrifying tales. Can not recommend this collection enough and look forward to reading more from this author!
He literally swoops in and grabs all my favourite genres; Horror, Post Apocalypse, Zombie Apocalypse & Dystopian, and just creates monster stories.
If Colonel Sanders had the secret recipe for great tasting chicken, then Pardip possesses the 11 essential herbs and spices that spawned the mind blowing tales in his collection of stories, entitled Tales Of Blood And Sulphur.
It's jammed packed with stories so wildly original and sometimes horrifying, yet with a gentle trickle of his wonderful humour.
There's no filler in this book, and the author successfully seeks to use every sentence to achieve something.
Pick a favourite? Almost impossible. My weakness is Zombie Apocalypse so 'God Bless George A. Romero' narrowly edges it. L.L.T.C (Lucifer Love The Clash) is just inspired. It's clever and witty.
But there isn't a story in this book which ranks less than spectacular.
Now I’m not really a fan of horror books, or movies for that fact, not that I’m frightened by them, I just find most of them too far-fetched, and that bores me. If I want to be scared by something, I want it to seem as realistic as possible, and most of the stories in this book are just that, realistic, and that’s what frightening about them.
If you’re a fan of horror books, or you are just getting yourself into the Halloween spirit, then you are going to be in for a real treat as Clay really knows how to tell a terrifying tale in all it’s blood and gore.
The book comprises of eleven short stories, all horror based, from the classic to zombies, and even aliens. There is a good mixture to sink your teeth into (pun intended)!
The stories, all being short, have a steady pace so you don’t get that lull that you get in full-length novels with a slow middle. This is ‘in your face’ horror, from being to end.
I enjoyed all eleven of the stories and thought each was equally as scary as the next. This is a book to read in the daytime, or you may end up having a nightmarish sleep – you have been warned!!
Reviewed by Stacey at Whispering Stories Book Blog
**I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily reviewed**
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