Rivers of Grue

Crimson Quill’s Appraisal #350


Author: C. William Giles

Published: 2014

Suggested Audio Candy:

SlayerGod Send Death


In September 2013 I was fortunate enough to make what I regard as a considerable discovery. It was purely by chance that I happened across the first novel by C. William Giles named …of Tortured Faustian Slumbers and I felt obliged to give it the time of day. Traditionally, reading has never really been my thing and, in my entire lifetime, I had only ever read two books from cover to cover. Yet, one chapter was all it took and I found myself somewhat mesmerized by the excruciatingly descriptive and vivid opening scene. It is often stated that a scribe has a very limited time in which to make an impression on his addressee and this has never been more true than when the reader has a tendency to skim read coupled with…

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