Today’s team review is from Judith, she blogs here https://readandreview2016.wordpress.com/
Judith has been reading Human Flesh by Nick Clausen
Human Flesh is the third book by Nick Clausen I’ve reviewed this year – clearly, I enjoy his work.
Human Flesh is a narrative formed from fictitious evidence from a murder case. The suspect, Otha’s grandfather, is a man who behaves strangely whenever winter descends. This is somewhat understandable; winter reminds him of losing his wife. Yet, Otha’s grandfather adamantly refuses to admit how she died – almost as if he has something to hide.
As I’ve been reading more of Nick Clausen’s books, I’ve found I really enjoy the many ideas he has for horror stories. Human Flesh is no exception. The story is inspired by legends of the Wendigo, a cannibalistic creature or spirit which lurks in Northern America. I really enjoyed following this mysterious murder case, and…
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