Black Site by Michael Patrick Hicks
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When a bunch of clones search for the origins of human life through genetic experiments, they uncover something far older and more sinister...
Black Site is a sf horror novella with Lovecraftian overtones and one hell of a read. Alpha and his fellow clones were innocently dabbling with genetic manipulation when they accidentally unleash a life form from the dawn of the universe. Awesomeness ensues.
As impressed as I was with Revolver, Black Site is even better. It has that claustrophobic feeling that the Alien movies share as well as an undercurrent of insanity. MPH has crafted a brutal horror tale here. Four out of five stars.
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