Readers’ Favorite Gives A Gathering Misery Five Stars
I found A Gathering Misery to be an enjoyable self-contained slice of adult horror. As you’d expect, the book is often graphic in content, which felt appropriate to the plot points in the story and didn’t build up until the worst of the action is happening later in the tale. As such, Rocky Porch Moore lures the reader in with the promise of a dark, tragic fairytale, then hits with the full force of horror later on when you’re hooked and invested in poor Debbie’s fate. The characters were well rounded and believable in their actions and emotions, and the legacy concept of a family curse is dealt with in some new and innovative ways that I’ve not read before. Overall, A Gathering Misery is a sequel that packs a punch and I’d definitely recommend it to supernatural horror fans everywhere.