Review: ‘Kin’ by Kealan Patrick Burke (via October Country)

A fine review of my forthcoming novel, KIN, by Blu Gilliand over at The October Country…

Review: 'Kin' by Kealan Patrick Burke Kin begins where many a horror movie has ended: with a lone survivor, battered and bloodied, staggering onto a back country road to be rescued by a passing stranger. Think Sally Hardesty in Texas Chainsaw Massacre, her young mind shattered in the wake of a brutal assault that took all her friends and very nearly took her as well. Except this time, there's no fade to black and no credit roll. This time, the end is only the beginning. In the past, … Read More

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