Sunday, 18 February 2018

Two New Reviews of Erik Hofstatter's The Crabian Heart

There have been two more great reviews of Erik Hofstatter's highly acclaimed collection, The Crabian Heart.

The first,  On Cedar Hollow Horror Reviews, says: "The Crabian Heart grabs you by the pincers and doesn't let go until the last page. The reader can sense the impending danger, and that doom becomes more evident with every turn of the page. Erik can scare you with a short story or a novella. He is great with both forms. The reader can never predict the outcome of Erik's stories. When you are expecting a right jab, Erik hits you with a left hook right in the feels. The Crabian Heart will creep up on you in the best way. I will never look at crabs the same way again."

The second, on the Horror Maiden's Book Review site, says: "I thoroughly enjoyed the creeping sense of dread that permeates the melancholy atmosphere of this novella. A solid 4 star read."

To read the full reviews please click on the links above. 


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