31 Days of Halloween: Black January

If you are going to release a horror novel, this month is a pretty good time to do it. Now we have Black January, the highly anticipated Lovecraftian novel by Doug Wynne. In honor of this event, I give you my short–but sincere–review of the first book in this series, the excellent Red Equinox.

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We are in a Lovecraftian renaissance, and there are a lot of people who are writing Lovecraft these days. But while you can find a thousand short stories and anthologies set in the world of the mythos, it’s not so easy to find full-length novels. And if you do find them, it’s really hard to find a modern take on the Great Old Ones. And that’s why Red Equinox by Douglas Wynne is so refreshing–it does both, and it does them brilliantly.

If you are a fan of Lovecraft, Red Equinox is a can’t miss.

5 Stars for this early favorite for the 2016 Bram Stoker Award.

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