Sunday, August 14, 2011

Simon [Strantzas] says

The Orphan Palace kicks you in the face and doesn't stop. Pulver's prose sees the world through a cracked lense of 60's hedonism and 70's grit, with a side order of unshakable terror. A serial killer novel that explores the dark side of America via Kerouac in a shell of cosmic horror. What he does is electrifying. I've never seen anything like it. My hair is still standing on end.

--Simon Strantzas, author of Nightingale Songs


  1. Awesomeness flying from the lips of Strantzas, enticer of dark delights!
    Congrats Joe!