‘Neverlasting’ A delightfully gruesome story. (Reviewed by FoundFootageFiction)

Author Josh Hancock has recently reviewed ‘Neverlasting’ for his horror blog, FoundFootageFiction. In his review, Hancock states the following.

Neverlasting is not an emulation of another author’s work; rather, it is an entirely original poem of great horror and humor, of romance and Halloween-inspired gloom, of imagery and wordplay that will haunt readers long after they turn the final page.”

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‘Neverlasting’ Press Reviews

“From the modern day Edgar Allan Poe, comes a piece of writing so capturing, enthralling and all consuming, its hard to stop reading. The darkened undertones which scream ‘make me into a movie’ and the quickened pace the quality story runs in all make for an amazing read, to us our ‘must read’ of 2016.” – TE Magazine

Johnny Daggers casts a dark spell with ‘Neverlasting’. Macabre and lyrical, accented with elegant Gothic cadences, this book weaves a narrative of love and death into a haunting and innovative tale. An outstanding accomplishment!” –The Darkness Dwells Podcast

“Fans of Poe and films such as Tim Burton’s Sleepy Hollow and Corpse Bride will find much to love in Johnny Daggers’ ‘Neverlasting’, but any reader interested in well-crafted stories, lyrical phrasing, and cinematic imagery will enjoy this unique hybrid of epic poetry and graphic novel.”- FoundFootageFiction.com

Neverlasting was dark and hauntingly beautiful. This Corpse Bride found it mesmerizing from the first word! I’m sure that fans of Tim Burton and Edgar Allen Poe will also love this – dark curses, stricken haunted graveyards, creepy mansions and neverlasting love. The reading of the book was poetic and downright beautiful. The accompanying sounds and evocative reading played through my phone like a wonderful melody. I could see all the scenes so vividly in my head. The tale reached its climatic and slightly dreadful ending, surprising me and leaving me slightly melancholy.” – Banshee Irish Horror Blog

The Corpse Bride Dissects ‘Neverlasting’ (A Review)

In her first review of the year, the Corpse Bride dissects the macabre, reviewing the audio-book version of author Johnny Daggers debut illustrated horror novel ‘Neverlasting’ for the Banshee Irish Horror blog.

Neverlasting was dark and hauntingly beautiful. This Corpse Bride found it mesmerizing from the first word! I’m sure that fans of Tim Burton and Edgar Allen Poe will also love this – dark curses, stricken haunted graveyards, creepy mansions and neverlasting love.”

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Neverlasting‘ was released through Burning Bulb Publishing on September 1st, 2016. Available in paperback, e-book and audio-book at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.