The Klinik by Eric Dimbleby

The Klinik by Eric Dimbleby

The Klinik by Eric Dimbleby


The Klink by Eric Dimbleby


ISBN-10: 1615728112

ISBN-13: 978-1615728114

Publisher: Damnation Books, LLC


Eric Dimbleby’s healthcare system will take you well beyond co-pays and medical insurance; it defies the very idea that medical establishments and professionals are there to help and heal.


When Ken has an accident playing sports with his friends, he has to limp home to his pregnant wife. She takes him to a new health clinic in the area that is odd.

After treatment is not viable because of faulty machinery, they flee and go to the local hospital.

A short while later, the bills from the strange new clinic start to arrive…and then the harassment begins.

No matter how they fight the inflated charges they’re being billed for, Ken and his wife get sucked deeper and deeper into the horror and unconventional operations of The Klinik.


I always enjoy the dark and horrific tales Eric Dimbleby spins. This one didn’t disappoint. We all hate the healthcare system for one reason or another, but it will never be as bad as the system portrayed in this book. The book is complex, disturbing, and makes you scared to go get treatment.

There are a few editing issues, but nothing super horrible.

I give this book: 2 QUILLS


White Out by Eric Dimbleby

White Out by Eric Dimbleby

White Out by Eric Dimbleby

White Out by Eric Dimbleby


ISBN-10: 1925047938

ISBN-13: 978-1925047936

Publisher: Severed Press


Eric Dimbleby enjoys twisting a sick web of horror for his readers that stays with them long after they read his tales.


The world is coming to a slow, frozen end. Few people are left alive to deal with it and the other survivors – the ones who don’t want to get along and play nice.

Violence and death fall upon those who aren’t prepared to do what’s necessary. Some are forced to…

A woman is trapped at work and wants to get home to her husband and son, but she can’t. Not without the help of a man who would rather keep her all to himself.

They manage to make it a few miles in the snow, only to be attacked.

She has to find the darkness inside herself to survive if she ever wants to see her son again.

Meanwhile…a man who has vile intentions takes up residency in her home, with her family.

Will anything be left if she does manage to make it home alive?


This book shows the twisted darkness that lives inside those we don’t want to think about – the bad people who are evil for no reason, or just for the pleasure of hurting others. In that way, it’s excellent. I would have liked to see more strength in the seemly bipolar, weak-willed female that is the center of this tale; it would have gone a long way in making her more interesting overall. There are many, many grammar issues with this title, but it’s still worth the read.

I give this book: 2Q


Please Don’t Go by Eric Dimbleby

Please Don't Go by Eric Dimbleby

Please Don’t Go by Eric Dimbleby



Please Don’t Go by Eric Dimbleby

ISBN 10: 1617060828

ISBN 13: 978-1611060823

Publisher: Pill Hill Press

Age Group: Adult Horror


Please Don’t Go is a twisted ride through torment of unimaginable extent. Eric Dimbleby tells a tale that will shatter your will and make you fear the unknown.

A young man named Zephyr is working his way through college and trying to figure out the future of his life. Unexpectedly – because of a work delivery – he meets a man, a writer, whom he befriends and idolizes.

The writer is tormented, mad, out of his tree, or so Zephyr thinks…

A trick changes Zephyr’s life and throws all his plans for a happy future out the window, but he doesn’t give up.

He fights hard.

It isn’t hard enough.

In the end, he comes to terms with what has befallen him, even though it sickens his very soul.

This was an amazing book. I was never sure what would happen next. There was a lot of emotional turmoil as well as plenty of gore. Even the end surprised me. The only real drawback for me was that I didn’t feel the cover matched the level of writing. But, with that being said, the cover helps me depict the scene it’s modeled after clearly. I give it 3 QUILL!


Rating: 3Q