James Hanna Review
A Review of Haunts

Haunts takes you on an unforgettable journey into the seedy underbelly of San Francisco, a world populated by winos, drug addicts, and prophetic ghosts that pop up with the regularity of the morning mail. As compelling as it is stark, as absorbing as it is repellent, it is one of those rare books that forfeits the safety of convention to tell its story in blood. In places, it reminds me of Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises; in other places it is reminiscent of Fellini's Satyricon. I would recommend this book to adventuresome readers and not the faint of heart.

James Hanna, author of Call Me Pomeroy, The Siege, A Second Less Capable Head.


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