Dead End Follies Review


September 12, 2016 by Laird

Benoit Lelievre penned a beautiful advance review of Swift to Chase over at his Dead End Follies site. There’s a lot going on in this review, but I most appreciate what he has to say regarding the importance of short stories in general.


Book Review : Laird Barron - Swift to Chase (2016)

3 thoughts on “Dead End Follies Review

  1. Jonathan Sprague says:

    “Pulp entropy”? That sounds like a sub-genre of horror all to itself. I know entropy when I see (or live) it. I’ve pre-ordered your collection. I cannot wait to get my entropic paws on your collection.

  2. Jonathan Sprague says:

    One more comment and then I’m done. Mr. Barron, you are that special author whom is beloved by readers and praised by critics. That’s no mean feat.

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