Above and beyond its fatality count BREED has originality on its side; the ending is a true shocker.
Chase Novak unleashes truly scary literary horror villains in BREED: Mom and Dad...a thrill to read
A nightmarish, yet sickeningly plausible world... An exceptional novel that's crying out for a movie adap
The best horror novel I've read since Peter Straub's Ghost Story. By turns terrifying and blackly funny, BREED is a total blast.
Stuffed with everything a good horror novel needs - feral children, a hell-for-leather chase through the streets of New York and plenty of gross-out descriptions - BREED is chilling, gruesome and deeply, darkly stylish. Best of all, it's funny.
Delightfully entertaining...redolent of Roald Dahl at his creepy best
A slice of shivering dread
Novak puts an innovative spin on the idea that inside every parent lurks a monster, and delivers pulse-racing set pieces as a pervasive sense of dread blossoms into something poisonous....a stylish parable of greed