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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Review: JACK IN THE GREEN by Frazer Lee

Review: JACK IN THE GREEN by Frazer Lee

Gruesome horror of the classic bent--wrapped in millennia-old paganism, Nature "red in tooth and claw," (as Wordsworth depicted), unfolding characters, raw terror, mix into one exciting, adventurous, tale. Deciding who was "right" vs. "wrong" was difficult, because even the bad ones had backdrops and rationales that could elicit some sympathy. Then, too, is the implacability of the terrifying, mostly unglimpsed, eponymous Jack in the Green, he of legend--and fact.


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