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Review by: R. L. Jones
Published by Strange Books (UK)
Mike Russell’s Nothing Is Strange is a series of 20 one-shots of varying degrees of eeriness, but all with a distinct surreal feel. The book’s tone, and some of the stories, reminded me of episodes of Dark Mirror, though not as dark or disturbing. It’s a quick read and can be comfortably read at night without worry of fright. No, these stories left me more pensive than disturbed or scared. I enjoyed some of the subtle and clever twists the stories took, presenting themes on humanity, society, and the individual, one utilizing a giant flesh-and-bone creature in the sky known as the Living Crown.
Russell’s writing is simple and effective; he’s not weighed down with extraneous detail or description of the characters or places. The characters are named, the setting stated, and the story commences, sometimes the reader is…
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