“Sprinkled with cultural nods and winks, Hetty emerges from the genres it references to become something distinct. Eddie Generous is handy with an unexpected metaphor and it marks a voice that speaks its own brand of weird.”
– Andrew Pyper, author of The Residence and The Demonologist
“Hetty is unsettling in the best sort of way. Eddie Generous creates a monster right out of every parent’s worst nightmares, the evil that’s been there all along, hidden in plain sight. Hetty scared the crap out of me. I couldn’t put it down.”
– Leslie Lutz, author of Fractured Tide
"The Walking Son by Eddie Generous evokes Stephen King's Thinner as a dead man's curse sends a desperate couple on a terrifying road trip deep into the heart of the haunted American South. Dark and unsettling...a page-turner all the way through to its bitter, if hopeful, end."
– Blu Gilliand, Cemetery Dance
"He’s equally adept at telling a fun-as-hell story about giant monsters or dinosaurs as he is telling tales that rip you heart out."
– Steve Patee, Horror DNA
"Radio Run is a chilling, impossible-to-put-down post-apocalyptic tale filled with characters you can't help but root for."
– J.H. Moncrieff, author of Monsters in Our Wake and Return to Dyatlov Pass
"The Walking Son is an enthralling, intriguing blend of mystery, suspense, a deadly curse and ghostly witchery. I defy you to put it down before you have devoured every last delicious morsel"
– Catherine Cavendish, author of In Darkness, Shadows Breathe
Eddie Generous has fallen off three different roofs and been lit on fire on multiple occasions. He grew up on a farm and later slept with his shoes under his pillows in homeless shelters. He dropped out of high school to afford rent on a room at a crummy boarding house, but eventually graduated from a mediocre college. He is the author of several small press books, has 2.8 rescue cats (one needed a leg amputation), and lives on the Pacific Coast of Canada.