Oh, Horrors!

Books: ‘The Bird Eater’

It’s not realistic to hope that you will get the same white-knuckled, stay-up-all-night feeling of reading Stephen King for the first time from any current author in the horror genre.

With that said, I stayed up late into the night reading Ania Ahlborn’s “The Bird Eater.” It wasn’t the best I’ve ever read, but it reminded me enough of King’s work to keep me going and in the end, to be not too disappointed. In fact, I may download a few of her other titles.

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