Review: Black Feathers by Joseph D’Lacey

Black Feathers by Joseph D'LaceyIf the punchy, sexually-charged pulp of 2012’s Blood Fugue marked a welcome return to novel-writing for Joseph D’Lacey, Black Feathers marks an even more welcome return to the visionary eco-horror of his first two novels. It is also D’Lacey’s most ambitious work yet.

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