By the end of the first story in the book, "Watching", I knew I was holding a masterpiece.
Sheep & Wolves by Jeremy C. Shipp is the product of a very strange individual who obviously sees the world in a very strange way.
And I finally did go back and read that first story; it's about a man who's a paid watcher, and it's my favorite.
A couple of the stories were really good (Camp and Those Below come to mind), but some of the others read like a transcription of someone's fever nightmare and you'll get done with... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jesse
I purchased this book as a gift for my son. He said he would give it three stars. He said he enjoyed the dark humor. Thank you.Published on August 14, 2012 by okieluvs2laff
Wow - this is the first time I've read anything like this and I certainly was not disappointed. It is very hard to explain how I feel about this book, perhaps because whilst you're... Read morePublished on April 6, 2012 by MandytheBookworm
Sheep and Wolves is a collection of 13 dark and twisted stories that once you pick up you won't be able to put down. This was my first journey into the mind of Mr. Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by R. Moschgat
These stories are dark, twisted, sometimes playful, and certainly challenging. Shipp definitely has a unique voice, and chances are you won't be able to guess where each tale is... Read morePublished on August 19, 2011 by 13visions
This is a well-written collection of horror short stories, which I'm sure are going to return as nightmares off and on for a while. Read morePublished on June 15, 2010 by Scath
With his minimalistic style and outre strangeness, Jeremy Shipp crafts a horrific short story collection where traditions and ideals are bought into question. Read morePublished on March 21, 2010 by Grant Wamack
Excellent, as expected. Shipp delivers a work that entertains and makes the reader think. One of my favorite stories in S&W is also one of the shortest. Read morePublished on January 19, 2010 by Nancy O. Greene
Like that uneasy feeling you get from watching the man you just impaled on a sharpened end of a shovel handle slide himself off and amble toward you?
You'll love Shipp. Read more