Reviews of The Pumpkin Man

The Pumpkin Man by John EversonBarnes & Noble reviewer Paul Goat Allen wrote: “The reason I enjoy reading Everson (Siren, Sacrifice) so much is because he can make a nightmare-inducing, bladder-loosening story palatable for mainstream readers…The Pumpkin Man is a perfect Halloween read if there ever was one. I loved how Everson tied both urban legend and arcane mythology into the gourd-powered storyline.

Chicks Dig Books wrote: “I don’t think I’ve been this hooked by a horror story since The Hellbound Heart. The further I got into it, the harder it was to put it down. This book is everything a horror story should be: original, suspenseful, and disturbing. This should be THE book to read for this Halloween season.”

Horrorbid.com called The Pumpkin Man “a boldly brutal, unforgiving story that will force you to view jack-o lanterns in a whole new light come Halloween Night.”

Popcorn Reads said “If you’re into witchcraft, urban legends/myths, and/or scary stories with lots of twists and turns then this one is perfect for Halloween reading! Of course, you may never look at another jack o’lantern the same way again…”

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