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Ry is genuinely impressive He weaves these micro universes that You Ll Find Yourself Lost In Especially In The Last ll find ourself lost in Especially in the last stories I found myself so caught up in the characters and plots that I lost I found myself so caught up in the characters and plots that I lost impressions of timeThe diversity of characters and stories in Burn Down the House and Everyone In It is remarkable as well Owen is not a one horse pony and these stories all find him exploring new subject matter Nothing is sacred and no one is safe Stories such as Favors From Hell and I Know There Are People Who Wander in the Night are especially interesting and stuck with me long after I had put away Owen s book Little Danny is honestly unlike anything else I ve read and is intermixed with a refreshing dark humorThe downside to this collection is when it gets dark it gets very very dark The only thing that keeps me from giving it five stars is the fact that some of the stories chiefly Forgotten Tenants were truly too disturbing for me Which is actually a testament to Owen s talentThe silver lining to Burn Down the House Every story has a heart to it no matter how buried it isOwen s at the top of his game And Will Only Continue will only continue get better If Five fags a day you like horror or are like me and are just seeking some fiction that is a little out there give this book a go You won t regret it despite if it hauntsou long afterward nicely done Zachary nicely done I can t think of a better spent 99 cents ou can t even get a frosted honeybun for that these days definitely some very memorable horror here I have to say that the first story Sometimes the Closet isn t big enough and Little Danny were my favorites each story had something to offer the spook fiend in me and I feel like Mr Owen here has a bright future oh a lovely future in deed keep those frights and delights coming Owen is one to watch out forlonger review coming. Burn Down The House And Everyone In It a collection of fiction ranging from the comically absurd to the deeply disturbing.

Zachary T. Owen Õ 9 SUMMARY

Rre my favorite story was the one with the den Burn Down the House and Everyone In It isn aptly named conflagration of short fictions that sacrifices the good alongside the deviant Like life no one gets out alive or at least not unscathed Owen knows that oddities show up in best relief against a backdrop of mundanity so none of the characters are extraordinary but they do see some outlandish and grotesue things Searing images lurk in seemingly innocuous paragraphs With stories of dental depravity and circus dwarf revenge this book is nightmarish and designed The jacket of this book promises some of the stories to be deeply disturbing I would say that is an understatement If ou like something different and like to step out of the box this book is by all means for Jane of Gowlands you These stories are much than just interesting they will drawou in and some will repulse ou This is one I will read than once This book of short stories is captivating on different levels All of the stories contain an element of the bizarre and the impossible with chilling imagery and visceral scenes While there is a peppering of humor scattered throughout the pages the visceral scenes While there is a peppering of humor scattered throughout the pages the ingredients are fear and a sense of the ominous The stories work well on a psychological level and the characters are imbued with emotions and apprehensions that we can relate to Whether the subject matter is mental illness Childhood Trauma Or Evil trauma or evil the situations that the characters are involved in surround us with mystery and dread This is an excellent collection for anyone with a roving imagination and an attraction to the uncanny I feel this collection is Owen s strongest and most daring work to date He delves fantastically into some truly disturbing subject matter this is by no means a light read The level of care and detail he has poured into each sto. Ter falls prey to a murderous sorcerer Three sexless immoral beings climb out of a woman’s head These are the tales of. ,
Burn Down the House and Everyone In it