Supernatural or paranormal genre books usually bring, for me, the expectation of a tale that creeps me out. Horror is about feeling the chills, rather than being told about it. In a way, I think this book The Clockmaker by Paromita Goswami manages to do that.Continue reading “Book Review: The Clockmaker, by Paromita Goswami”
I chanced upon this book while finding titles that fit into the categories of a reading challenge. I had heard of the author before, so it made me wonder if this book would be as good as his more “known” title.
I don’t read books from the horror genre often, but one of my friends recommended this book to me. The title sounded interesting, as did the name of the character. So decided to give it a chance.
For some reason, I’ve always shelved reading books of Gillian Flynn. When I saw this short book from the author, I thought this would give me an idea on her writing style.
I’ve read very few books in the genre of horror. But one aspect of the book that I feel makes a lot of difference is the ability of the author to get the reader to experience the scene, rather than just state it. That was what I was expecting when I took up Anmol’s collection of stories titled ABCs of Horror.