Friday, November 4, 2011

DISPATCH by Bentley Little

This book felt a lot like Little's 'The Ignored', mostly by the narrative, I think, but overall a more satisfying read, IMO.  'Dispatch' follows Little's normal tendency of real world, mundane things going wildly, vividly, fantastically, and horrifically out of control.  This is what places Little firmly near the head of the class when it comes to good, fun, deviant horror.
Few writers can go from a typical, normal moment to jaw-dropping, shiver inducing anxiety quicker.

4 out of 5 gravestones!


  1. LOL, yeah, me too! The implications of my name inverted is pretty cool.