Dark Harvest

Dark Harvest by Norman Partridge – Book Review

So how do you make horror fun without losing the scare factor?   Just ask Norman Partridge, because he’s found the answer in his latest book, Dark Harvest.     This Bram Stoker award winning little gem of a book reads like a campfire tale. It’s the type of thing where you sit down in the morning to read a few chapters over a cup of coffee, then you suddenly realize that it’s sunset already and your wicked little trip has come to an end. It’s the tale of a macabre tradition in a sleepy mid-western town. You know the one – all the teenage boys are starved and imprisoned for the five days leading up to Halloween; then they’re sent out hungry and wild-eyed to find and kill a candy-filled scarecrow with a giant pumpkin for a head…