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Category Archives: reviews
Leah Rhyne and Richard Thomas offer an interesting analysis of The Girl Next Door at LitReactor. They thought they knew about pain… You can read through their entire discussion here (minor spoilers may be involved).
It’s true! Today is Jack Ketchum Appreciation Day at Horror Novel Reviews! They’ve got several reviews, and an exclusive interview, talking about pulling punches, Christmas, and legendary collaborations! Go check it out!
Happy Halloween! Have you read all of Jack’s books, and you’re looking for something else to read? Check out The Scariest Book I’ve Ever Read – recommendations from Jack, Caitlin Kiernan, and more!
The Obsessive Movie Nerd has an in-depth review of The Woman – well worth reading. Also, Macabre Republic continues its Countdown of The Top 20 Jack Ketchum Works of Short Fiction: #12, #11, #10, #9, #8 (a personal favorite of Kev the Webmaster’s!)
Two recent reviews of The Woman (the novel) have been making the rounds of late: Ain’t It Cool News notes that the novel “packs a mighty punch” Shock Totem calls the collaboration between Jack and Lucky McKee “a shimmering bouquet of dripping red madness” Kealan Patrick Burke subjects Jack to “The Seven” – in which he […]