Friday, April 27, 2007

EYES EVERYWHERE by Matthew Warner

My latest review over at SFReader is live and online. This round I take a look at Matthew Warner’s third, and latest novel, Eyes Everywhere.

Eyes Everywhere is a terrifically subtle horror novel that has more than a touch of reality. It is the story of Charlie Fields—father, husband, provider—and his fall from sanity and loss of identity. In the beginning he is stalked by fear: fear of losing his job, his wife, his family. Then it escalates slowly and frighteningly as Charlie retreates into a world all his own.
Eyes Everywhere is frightening because it could happen to any of us. And it happens every day.

Check out the review Here.

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