Dare you visit The Mill?

Horror novelette The Mill has been slowly picking up an impressive tally of reviews by book bloggers. The latest thumbs up came from The Horror Fiction Review where writer, publisher, and blogger Nick Cato had some fine words to say about this haunting novelette from acclaimed British horror writer Mark West.

Novelettes make the perfect read for a night in — perhaps in front of the fire on one of those chilly nights at this time of the year. In paperback, The Mill would be about 64 pages, which makes it short enough to read in an hour or two, but more substantial than a short story.

You can read more about The Mill here. It is currently available for the bargain price of 77p in the UK and 99 cents in the rest of the world. Don’t take my word for it, take a look at what these reviewers had to say…

30 Jan 12 — Reviewed by Nick Cato for The Horror Fiction Review: “sharp writing”

15 Dec 11 — Reviewed at The Book Den: “I had to take breaks for fear my heart would shatter.”

09 Dec 11 — The Mill is listed as one of the highlights of 2011 by Dark Minds Press.

24 Nov 11 — Reviewed by The Ginger Nuts of Horror: “Sometimes the best horror fiction is hard to read.”

16 Nov 11 — Reviewed by The Horrifically Horrifying Horror Blog: “Highly recommended…”

13 Nov 11 — Reviewed by The Eloquent Page: “…a captivating read.”

15 Oct 11 — Reviewed by Dark Musings: “The emotional content genuinely is moving and is never mawkish or sentimental…”

About Tim C. Taylor

Tim C. Taylor writes science fiction and is the author of 21 published novels as of August 2021. His latest book is 'Hold the Line', published by Theogony Books. Find out more at humanlegion.com
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2 Responses to Dare you visit The Mill?

  1. Glad it’s doing well – I have it in my to read pile and am looking forward to it. From what I’ve read of his work so far, it should be good…

    • timctaylor says:

      Hope you enjoy it, James.
      Mark West sets a lot of his work in a fictional town called Gaffney, which is kind of based on Kettering. One day, when Mark is famous, he will reveal this and half of Kettering’s population will run away from the scary things going on there. Tourism will be up, though.

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