GNoH Review: Brand New Dark, Beau Johnson (2021)

Bishop Rider Lives! And for a dead man, he’s been busy. His story and the parts of it yet to be told being what populates Brand New Dark. Unseen moments pulled from between the pages of A Better Kind of Hate, The Big Machine Eats, and All of Them to Burn. Twenty-five new tales that bridge what came before and expand upon what can only come after.

The retribution is brutal and your imagination will play games with you as you read, but he doesn’t linger or revel in the violence and it never feels gratuitous. That said, it is still unpleasant, so do proceed with caution if you are easily triggered by these subjects.

Available to buy on Amazon

Read the Full Review on Ginger Nuts of Horror HERE

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