"I daresay Liam Holt has read his Nathaniel Hawthorne, his Shirley Jackson, and even his Stephen King (who was influenced by those other authors himself). Children-of-the-corn-type town -- set in modern times, but the inhabitants make the Amish look like TED Talks hipsters -- is ruled over by..." Darren
"Tina Tirrell doesn't merely challenge readers in general, she challenges her FANS, many of whom are likely meat-and-potatoes guys like me. "Forced Feminization" is the fetish du jour in this tale ... and it would be "forced" in my case. While I recognize the general superiority of females to..." Darren
"In her bio, Tina Tirrell tells us: "I'm not afraid of the taboo." If *you* are (though I rather doubt it, if you're on this page and considering a purchase), be warned -- Ms. Tirrell does indeed "go there".
A family makes arrangements to go camping. The father, however, stays behind..." Darren
"Ah, nothing like an excellent downgrade. It's rare to actually meet that sort of grade-A b*tch in real life, most popular gals these days are deeper... But we all secretly hopes to see one of these cliche cheer-jerks taken down like in the movies but worse. Tina brings her excellent detail..." Joel Snitzer
"This is one of Tina's first to include her stepmother character feeling that "urge" she has to follow up with and satisfy. I love Tina's inclination to write in diary style for some of her books. It's so personal, just like for this one, and it makes you feel like you're write in..." Cheri Lille