“Each apartment holds something truly horrifying and disconcerting. Even when fantastical elements are introduced, Winn grounds the story with grim realities. Violent and graphic, the actions and thoughts of each tenant push the boundaries of comfort. There are flourishes of intensely dark content, both physical and psychological, within the pages of this story. It never goes to Edward Lee extremes, but this is classic splatterpunk by way of early Clive Barker and Jack Ketchum with the unhinged way Robert Bloch can get under your skin.
This is truly adult horror.
A voice unlike any other, Eidolon Avenue is a masterclass effort in horror literature.”
Read the full review of Eidolon Avenue: The First Feast (available now from Crystal Lake Publishing) here.