"...reminiscent of Stephen King"

 

                                 -- Red City Review

 

                 

"A chilling book ... undertones of Lovecraft, mixed with (Clive) Barker and just a splash of Thomas Harris, Rites of Azathoth is a thrill ride of a novel ... Cavallo is a master of the mental image ... he takes your brain and makes it his canvas." 

 

                  --The Horror Review

 

"... high intrigue, ancient rituals, disgusting villains and mind-ripping horrors ... catnip for Lovecraft fans."

 

                   --The Slaughtered Bird

 

"Cavallo presents as a certifiable virtuoso in terror ... creepy as hell ... many a skin-crawling moment ... readers may  be prompted to double check the door locks at night or sleep with the lights on for a spell ... you'll be hooked from chapter one."

                   

                  --HorrorNews.net

 

"exceptional ... can proudly take its place in the Lovecraftian Mythos ... riveting, intriguing and terrifying..."

 

                  --The Haunted Reading Room 

 

"A fast-paced plot with an edge ... suspenseful with every page ... a wicked novel full of twisted scenes."

 

                   --Urban Book Reviews

 

 "...R-rated crime fiction that takes a sudden, jarring turn into the otherworldly ... makes the supernatural stuff stand out in an explosive, stunning way."

 

                    --Revolution Sci-Fi 

 

"Five Stars. An amazing adventure that seamlessly presents the Cthulhu myth in a fresh, exciting way. An absolute must read!"

 

                    --Christopher Havens

 

"A masterful blend ... readers will find themselves in the midst of dark rituals and a world of horror and fear."

                   

                     --Best Thrillers

 

"...a special recommendation .... more than enough to keep them awake at night."

 

                     --Midwest Book Review

 

 "This blend of  police procedural and Lovecraftian horror had two hooks to grab me."

                           - Don D'Ammassa

 

"An enjoyable read ... FBI profiling and backroom politics mixed with sloppy tentacles grabbing unsuspecting victims and all manner of eldritch horrors."

 

                      --BenW Reviews

 

"Oh Cthulhu, there was so much about this book that I loved ... the Lovecraftian mythos was worked in perfectly ... paints it so clearly that I could see the battle. And it was glorious."

                   

                      --SciFi & Scary