Book Review: Black Hole Town by Henry Hinder

By: Henry Hinder

Black Hole Town, a dark comedy novelette is the story of two friends, Scots, who decide to hit the road for the ultimate drug fueled roadtrip. An escape, if you will, from their every day lives of drugs, booze, gambling, and even women. Because everyone needs to get away from it all every now and again. Am I right?

I am a fan of good dark comedy. If you are not, this is not the book for you. It’s dark, it’s gritty, it’s vulgar. It’s well-told short fiction that will keep you laughing to the end. The absurdity is truly engaging from start to finish. A great read for a weekend afternoon, when you really need to get away from it all.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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