Feast on “Feast”: A Horror Meal Without Meat (Review)
Renier Palland of Horror Novel Reviews take on my latest publication, FEAST!
Feast by author Thomas S Flowers is a fun tale about vengeance and retribution with a strong social narrative on the structures of human sexuality and gender identity. Two rival families are corrupted by the misdeeds of their children, which inadvertently leads to a piece of literature that tries to quantity and equalise social injustice. Unfortunately, this is where Feast falls and breaks its beautifully structured back. The once-important narrative is diluted by oddly placed POV’s and bizarre allusions to Greek mythology.
The transgender son of Titus Fleming, Lavinia, becomes an integral part of the plot during the opening act, but this character – much like the rest – loses steam halfway into the novel. Although the character doesn’t directly refer to herself as a Trans male-to-female, I wished the author could have used she instead of he. It feels outmoded and doesn’t quite make sense. Yes, the character…
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Hey, Thomas: The font color used here does not show at all on the dark background. I was able to see it by highlighting it, but you might wish to make it a little lighter so it shows on top of your picture.
July 17, 2017 at 5:14 pm
Thanks, John. Yeah, I don’t normally “reblog” from other sites simply because of this reason. Thanks again for letting me know. I’ll see if I can get that fixed.
July 17, 2017 at 7:39 pm
Not a problem. I had issues with colors and fonts at some point, and a gracious visitor pointed it out to me. Then, I had those social links sidelined and another visitor informed me that it messed up viewing on mobile. I feel it is my duty, therefor, to “pay it forward” and let others know if I see a potentially problematic issue.
July 18, 2017 at 2:49 pm
absolutely, John. And thanks again.
July 18, 2017 at 7:29 pm