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. The result is a stylish parable of greed, peppered with plenty of dry urban humour
Delightfully entertaining... redolent of Roald Dahl at his creepy best
The best horror novel I've read since Peter Straub's Ghost Story. By turns terrifying and blackly funny, BREED is a total blast.
A gloriously ghoulish read
A nightmarish, yet sickeningly plausible world... An exceptional novel that's crying out for a movie adap
Chase Novak unleashes truly scary literary horror villains in BREED: Mom and Dad... a thrill to read
A richly imagined, hideous, surprising world...Who could ask for anything more?
Above and beyond its fatality count BREED has originality on its side; the ending is a true shocker.
Praise for BREED
A slice of shivering dread