I’m pleased with how many of my colleagues have taken the plunge back into the kitchen. Today, we welcome Ian Clements, the chef behind Terror Beyond Measure, back to have a chat about his cooking. Let’s take a look at the mind behind Norton Pumblesmythe!
Starving Review: Terror Beyond Measure: A Norton Pumblesmythe Short Story by Ian Clements
Terror Beyond Measure: A Norton Pumblesmythe Short Story by Ian Clements (Amazon, Goodreads)
Some literary foods are full meals, heaping quantities to be ingested and enjoyed at a table over a course of time. Others, however, are tender morsels, snacks meant to be gulped down quickly in this fast ‘on-the-go’ world we live in. Terror Beyond Measure is one of those snacks. Does its small size mean it lacks flavor or is it a taste-filled delight in a minute package?
Before I answer that, let us remember the Starving Review creed:
- I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan of the genre.
- I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible.