Thursday Thriller: Horns

Posted 3 October, 2013 by April @ The Steadfast Reader in Reviews

Thursday Thriller: HornsHorns by Joe Hill
Published by Harper Collins on February 16th 2010
Genres: Fiction, General, Horror, Thrillers
Pages: 624

Ignatius Perrish spent the night drunk and doing terrible things. He awoke the next morning with a thunderous hangover, a raging headache . . . and two horns growing from his temples.

Horns is an absolutely fantastic novel. It presents an idea of what becoming a devil might be like. Not necessarily an ‘easy’ read, but enjoyable and propelling nonetheless. What I find fascinating about Hill’s novels (the two [including this one] that I’ve read) depict a protagonist that comes from money. At first I thought that Ig was trailer trash. He was not in the least, though Lee still came off as that. Anyway. Great. Excellent. 

Hill is a writing force of his own. Extremely distinct from his father.

Definitely should be a to-read.


April @ The Steadfast Reader


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