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In many ways a good short book is better than a good long book, and this is a case in point.
I recommend it to people who like things dark and creepy with a very unsettling yet strangely comfortable mood.
His prose is dry, eloquent, simple in its working the way that any master at work can seem simple.
After thoroughly enjoying Fires, reading Antosca’s second book seemed like a natural thing to do. Midnight Picnic is every bit as expertly executed as Fires, and it similarly... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jonathan C.
Antosca does a great job of creating mood and emotion in this creepy novel about a dead boy who enlists the help of a living man to get revenge on the man who murdered him. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jack M. Walter
Quite possibly the best ghost story I've ever read. The writing was excellent and engaging from the first page onward. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Greg
In many ways a good short book is better than a good long book, and this is a case in point. Antosca is a very talented writer and his story is both classic and original. Read morePublished on July 27, 2009 by mikamoto
I have never been met with a book that has so commanded the attention of all of my senses at once. Antosca masterfully combines haunting images with unexpected tastes and smells,... Read morePublished on March 23, 2009 by Eric Shonkwiler