Blister by Jeff Strand
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review of BLISTER by Jeff Strand
This captivating horror tale is a finely-polished piece of writing, with endearing characters who unravel themselves and expose their motivations rather than waiting for the author to explain them and why they are as they are.
Jason Tray is an accomplished and popular cartoonist; well, his art is popular--his persona, not so much so. He has a wicked sense of humour, and not a lot of moral integrity, or moral fiber. Ironically, his attempt to actually act with high character, while vacationing at his agent's cabin in Georgia, sets off a chain reaction of ugly events and revelations.
I fully enjoyed this very fast-paced and gratifyingly twisted tale.
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