Author: Duncan Ralston
Page Count/Review Word Count: 138
Disclaimer: While I am to be unbiased, Ralston is an author friend that I’ve known for a couple of years.
Well, well. Woom is interesting because it’s so hardcore – Ralston doesn’t shy away from ‘gross‘ subjects, like vaginas, mutilation and viscera. But it works well, and I like the way that there’s a story within a story – although you’ll need to read it for yourself to find out how that works out. What I will say is that this is definitely not for the fainthearted, and it should probably be accompanied by a massive, massive trigger warning. That’s probably why I liked it – Ralston is a compelling voice in indie horror, and I look forward to reading more of his work.