Tag: Adam Nevill

Lost Girl by Adam Nevill (book review).

May 28, 2017 | By | Reply More
Lost Girl by Adam Nevill (book review).

Adam Nevill is a British writer of supernatural horror who has so far published eight novels and a collection of short stories. Given that most of his work falls into the horror genre, ‘Lost Girl’ (2015) is a bit of a departure as it’s a near future dystopian thriller. The story is set in the […]

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House of Small Shadows by Adam Nevill (book review).

September 17, 2013 | By | Reply More
House of Small Shadows by Adam Nevill (book review).

We’ve all done some pretty rubbish things for our jobs. Except for writing on this site, which is great, of course. But would you spend a night in an obviously haunted house surrounded by stuffed rats and a lady who makes the Crypt-Keeper seem friendly? Auctioneer Catherine Howard is tasked with valuing the Red House […]

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The Ritual by Adam Nevill (book review).

March 24, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Ritual by Adam Nevill (book review).

Going on holiday with the wrong people can have disastrous results. Long, awkward silences across the dinner table, forced to traipse around places you don’t want to go to or being hunted by a demonic presence and ritually sacrificed. But enough about my Easter weekend plans… ‘The Ritual’ centres around four friends who decide the […]

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House of Small Shadows.

October 31, 2012 | By | Reply More
House of Small Shadows.

Julie Crisp, Editorial Director of Pan Macmillan in London, has concluded a World Rights deal for two further horror novels by British author Adam Nevill with agent John Jarrold, for what is described as a very good five-figure sum. The deal also involves re-publication of Adam’s first novel, Banquet For The Damned as a Pan […]

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