“All of the poems… are dark, twisted, and full of imagery that will make you think, make you see and perhaps leave you more than a little unnerved. At first you’ll be shocked, then uneasy, then you’ll start to dig deeper. This book will leave you twisted.”
“The story is completely entertaining, in a horror genre sort of way. Additionally, it has a lot of subtle depth for a novella. It’s a story about evil and the perception of evil—and consequently, the perception of good. The story doesn’t just entertain, it speaks to me. It makes me feel, it makes me think, it makes me cringe. I am becoming enraptured by Jewish Horror.”
“Baltisberger is fantastic at descriptors! I felt the pain, suffering, and fear throughout the book. He made me feel as I was in the story watching as things unfolded. ”
Deep, complex, timely, bloody, muddy, and violent. I took my time reading and enjoying this one.
“A unique horror perspective on traditional mysticism layered with over the top action sequences leavened with moral thinking on the nature of sin and the inherent value in mankind itself.”