“Jeremy Robert Johnson is the poster child for bizarro fiction, an established writer that consistently delivers the goods.”
Collected for the first time in hardback, the incomparable Jeremy Robert Johnson unleashes his style of weird and bizarre fiction to the masses with a stellar collection featuring the best of his work, as well as a new, never published before novella, ‘The Sleep of Judges’. Johnson is the author of Angel Dust Apocalypse, Extinction Journals, We Live Inside You, Siren Promised (with Alan M. Clark) and the recent novel Skullcrack City.
Why We’re Excited About This Book:
Jeremy Robert Johnson is the poster child for bizarro fiction, an established writer that consistently delivers the goods. This collection is destined to put him on the map for new readers with a large public release. The collection features the best of the best, including ‘When Susurrus Stirs’, which was recently made into an award winning short film directed by Anthony Cousins.
Considering Johnson’s track record with his fans, it’s about time the rest of world jumped on for the ride as well.
Entropy in Bloom releases 18 April 2017 and is available for preorder here.
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