Moctezuma Johnson’s Review: Red Sky at Morning by Made in DNA
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is another great read by Made In DNA. The story is well researched, which is a regular occurrence with this author, and smells like Japan although the English is crisp and cooked to perfection. This tale blends an urban narrative with local superstition and a dose of Cthulhu demon for good measure. It’s an imaginative and inspirational story. If you like fantasy fiction you will enjoy this immensely. I sure did!
Don’t forget to see my Book Reviews on Naughty Book Snitch where I will be a part-time snitch.
Doesn’t that just sound great?
The first review is about a book by Made In DNA / Brent Millis. Red Sky at Morning, by Made in DNA, is an incredible story set in Post-Nuclear Meltdown Japan—what a lovely place!—that features a cyborg detective taking on a demon child killer. Come on, admit that’s fucking awesome! At 28-pages it’s an absolute must-read. So follow the link below (hover over to get multiple listings from multiple countries/languages) or read the review and then follow the link below.
You may enjoy these other book reviews: