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The first story in the book, Ummidia, was enough to freak me out straight away. When it became apparent what sort of pet Ryan had smuggled back with him, it instantly made my skin crawl.
I'm not going to give away what type of animal it is but it's one that I hate with a passion yet I was totally enthralled in the story. Certainly not a story I will forget in a hurry!
Another story sees a group of teens stay over night in an old haunted house which holds some very dark secrets. The horrors that lay in store for the teens was horrendously horrific. It certainly isn't one for the faint hearted but for any hard core horror fans, they are going to devour it.
House Of Courtenay makes for a highly horrific but enjoyable reading experience. I think fans of Clive Barker will especially love this book.
All in all a very deftly written, well put together book. It reminded me a little of 'Creepshow' in that the three tales have a common thread but ultimately stand on their own as separate entities.
Tetreault-Blay is rapidly becoming one of my favourite horror authors. He has an easy going writing style that takes you along merrily before turning on you and biting your face off!
A fantastic book. Can't wait to see more from this author.