Book Review: “Fog Warning” by Edward Lorn


A mysterious fog materializes out of nowhere, hiding what … monsters? ghosts? How about hallucinatory visions of what Minority Report would consider precognitive murders.

Oh, and that fog? It’s not what you think it is.

In Fog Warning, Lorn takes a familiar trope here and turns it successfully on its head, tying the material concept to the immaterial, with a “hero” who is in a constant state of fog due to an all too common drug addiction. The characters are well thought out and the inner battles Brent Cummings must deal with are but a reflection of the outer journey he’ll be forced to take. Some great gross-out moments tied to a mystery that works on almost every level.

If you’re looking for something different and equally disturbing, Lorn is an author who always delivers. Definitely worth checking out.



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