Sunday, April 14, 2013

Review: BREED by Chase Novak

Breed. by Chase NovakFor a wealthy couple who have everything, their lives are a constant reminder that without children they can never feel complete. Having tried and failed in many attempts at falling pregnant, the couple seek out an unorthodox doctor hidden from the world, shrouded in secrecy, and whispered upon a terrifyingly cold midnight breeze who claims a 100% success rate – only there’s a side effect which threatens to tear the family limb by limb.

Chase Novak’s New York is one brimming with night terrors and extreme love, loss, life, and death – not so different from fact yet this fiction is gory laden with a sickly sweet purpose that exemplifies the desperation of parenthood amid unearthly cravings and animalistic instincts.

BREED will pull, stretch and sever a parents heart strings through a heartfelt horror that’s bleeding cool and very readable.

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