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Monday, August 22, 2016

Review: Green and Pleasant Land

Green and Pleasant Land Green and Pleasant Land by Steve J. Shaw
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Review of GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND [GREAT BRITISH HORROR 1]

Inaugurating what promises to be a fine series, GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND is an exceptional anthology, first in the GREAT BRITISH HORROR Series. Edited by Steve J. Shaw, this title features several outstanding authors unafraid to extend the cutting edge of horror. The eponymous phrase is well-known and often used, but in the stories contained herein, even though the land is sometimes green (when not foggy, misty, windy, or overcome with rain), it certainly is never pleasant. But then, isn't that the essence of great horror?

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