Null Immortalis – the first review

Over on The Hellforge, writer and reviewer Matthew Fryer has reviewed Nemonymous 10. He has many good things to say about the anthology, including this to say about my own story –

Another peak is “The Toymaker of Bremen” by Stephen Bacon. In this polished work, a boy loses his parents on a trip, and is strangely adopted by a rural family and their house of toys and creepy artefacts. The 8-year old’s innocence regarding the sinister descent makes for a powerful read and I didn’t want it to finish.

You can read the full review here.

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