4 out of 5 stars
With the exception of my Stephen King obsession in high school, I haven’t read many horror books over the course of my life. When S. J. Krandall asked if I’d be interested in reviewing Fear Farm, Spooky September seemed like the perfect time to give the horror genre a fresh try.
Fear Farm was a great reintroduction to the genre. This novella, which can be read in one sitting or over several days, has all the things you want in a good horror story — gore, terror, and suspense.
I liked that the novel was a series of connected short stories. This approach kept me engaged, giving me just enough detail about the characters in each vignette while keeping the suspense level high.
I also appreciated that all of the photos used to illustrate the book were taken by the author.
Whether you are a horror junkie or new(ish) to the genre, this fast read is sure to spook.
Thank you to the author for providing a free ARC in exchange for my honest review.