Goth bible FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND has just given INCARNADINE a rave review!
The legendary outlet, launched by Forrest J Ackerman and Jim Warren way back in 1958, calls INCARNADINE an “ambitious” and “authentic” work for the way it "reexamines and re-imagines the mythos of Bram Stoker’s Dracula." The FM review also saysthat the novel “resonates as a meditation on religion and human nature,” adding “[R. H.] Greene has turned [Dracula] into a figure so complicated and engaging that even the most bizarre events are taken in stride because we want to keep reading."
The review closes with a ringing endorsement of the novel, and a strong call for the swift publication of the already-completed follow-up volume THE CHARNEL HOUSE: "Fans of Bram Stoker’s original novel will find a lot to like here. Hell, those of you who aren’t fans of Stoker’s may enjoy this anyway, because it’s such a different take on the Dracula legend. All I know is that, 324 pages later, I’m sucked in and waiting for the next volume!”
For the full review, go here.