Thursday, May 31, 2012
HUNTER'S MOON by R. Scott McCoy_Review
A collection of 19 tales, some of which are very terrifying, indeed, while some are more subtle, these are all short pieces-so the reader can take one at a time, or read the entire set in one sitting, as did I. Evidence of a creative and vivid imagination, some of these stories are definitely not to be read alone at night. My personal favorites were “The Regular” (even though in my mind the title did not accord with the content) and the concluder, “Dish Better Served Cold”-one supernaturally terrifying, the other terrifying in terms of man’s inhumanity to man, a subject we all know too well.