Jon from Evil on Two Legs writes:
Chad Helder’s “Pop-Up Book of Death” makes enough references to zombies, disease, and dismemberment to satisfy any fan of the horror genre, but this is real poetry written by someone who knows his craft, and Helder uses the conventions of horror to do what good poems always do, whether or not they make reference to the horror genre. These artfully written poems offer fresh insight to the darker and more absurd aspects of the human condition.Click Here: Review at Evil on Two Legs
Jory Mickelson from Literary Magpie writes:
There is something in this book for most readers. The horror fan will finally find poetry that speaks to him or her. A casual reader will be disarmed and drawn in by the use of humor. Queer readers will find new representations of themselves. In short, Pop-Up Book of Death is entertaining and uncomfortable at the same time. It will stay with you just as long as your reoccurring dream about the man behind your bedroom door with the knife.Click Here: Review at Literary Magpie
Wander on amazon.com writes:
This is NOT a pop-up at all....Sad to say, I am a collector of pop-ups and was disappointed to receive this last night and discover it is not one. Not sure why the title, but.....whatever...
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