"The Fairest of Them All: Symphony of Revenge" from Classics Mutilated (and Required Reading Remixed)
" It has ways of touching deep, ugly things with utmost grace and feigned innocence. It’s a parable of ego."
"To Gnaw the Bones of the Wolf-Mother" from The Old Weird South
"Lucky us (again), he has the yarn-spinning knack, backed by brains, to keep us locked in fear, at least until the final punctuation, the last period, the ultimate dot, the metaphoric fat lady belting it out. But I bet you’ll keep thinking about it after you’re finished reading."
It's a good thing I learned not to believe my own press. *grins*
Thanks so much for the reviews, Book Devil.