Wonderful book ! by Faye Sizemore on 29 March 2007 (note 5/5)P.S. Gifford is a writer who will escort you, unknowingly, to an unprecieved destination leaving you in awe of his devices used to transport you there …This is not a book to be missed!
Highly praised on 26 March 2007 (note 5/5)I can’t believe the imagination of PS Gifford. His words pull you through his stories, entertaining, great plot, suspenseful. I applauded him and yell for, ‘More.’
Nail Biting Tale Weaving by Dianna Doles Petry on 27 March 2007 (note 5/5)I have been following PS Gifford’s tales for some time and his use of imagination as well as his ability to paint an image in my mind with his words never ceases to amaze me. He weaves a tale of intrigue, mystery and down right fear. I recommend this book to everyone who enjoys a good mind bending thriller. I hope it goes to Audio books soon!
The Next Gen in Horror by Stephen Wilkins on 27 March 2007 (note 5/5)I have had the pleasure of reading Mr Gifford’s work for a few years now and it constantly amazes me. Always wonderfully written in a style that will grip you from the off, his imagination is let loose to weave tales that will leave you desperate for more. PS Gifford is the next generation in horror writers. I can’t recommend hsi work enough.
Another Excellent PSGifford Work by Georgepat on 26 March 2007 (note 5/5)I have been reading PS Gifford’s tales for some time and am constantly amazed at how he is able to weave a tale that takes you down one path, and just when you think you have it figured out, slams you in the opposite direction. I highly recommend his work…you won’t be dissapointed!
Man, What an Author … by Stevie K. Farnaby on 26 March 2007 (note 5/5)Wow – This reading material is as imaginate as it is inventive. I cannot recommend this amazing eBook enough. Way to go Mr. Gifford !


P.S. Gifford

P.S. Gifford is a published horror author of great talent. He started submitting stories around 2005. His short stories are by far some of the best and most entertaining that I have read. Around that time he was invited to write columns which are titled "Paperback Writer."

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