Just a quick post to draw your attention to a couple of new reviews for Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow.
The first is from Erik Hofstatter’s blog. He uses words like “impressive” and “astounding” and that makes me happy. He seems to have liked it.
The second is courtesy of DLS Reviews. Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow is “deeply evocative and wonderfully atmospheric” and it’s “relentlessly bleak and cold”. The verdict? “The story Cluley tells is stark and honest and in some ways cold-hearted and brutal… an enchanting and strangely moving story”.
What I also really like is that each of the bonus stories is also covered in the review: ‘It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like…’ is “nothing short of chilling”, ‘The Rain Deer’ is “weird” and “suggestive”, ‘Mistletoe Wine’ is “clever clever clever” and ‘Turtledove’ “is a truly superb piece of short fiction”. ‘Hans’, the final story in the mini-collection, is “strange but incredibly atmospheric”, which was exactly what I was going for, so that’s good. It’s a great review and I’m delighted – you can read the full review here.
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