#Horror Review: Grass by Anya Martin (#WiHM9)

We turn the Ruins over to Donald again today, for another Women in Horror Month review.

Grass is a swampy love story and a string of memories that need to sink deep into the murky waters that it came from.

Following one women's struggle to leave the memories of her ex in the past, when his dead body is placed in her hands to bury, something else takes his place. Something ghostly, yet oozing, a gelatin mold that covers her thoughts, absorbs her, and leaves her wet with even more memories of her ex and the more recent memories floating on the surface.

An excellent read from Anya Martin.

This is collector number 111.

Paperback, 106 pages
Published 2016 by Dim Shores