The ALA’s Booklist gives a star review to CLICKERS FOREVER, which is now available in paperback and for Kindle.

In her review, which you can read by clicking here, Becky Spratford writes, in part, “In this tribute to Mexican American trailblazing author Gonzalez, who died of cancer in 2014, horror-master Keene (Pressure, 2016) used Gonzalez’s first novel, Clickers (1999), as a framework. The result is a moving, compelling, and just plain fun-to-read volume that seamlessly melds critical essays, personal recollections (including more than one piece about his influence as a writer of color), and unpublished works by the subject himself. But those are the book’s exoskeleton; the meat lies in the 20 brand-new tales of Gonzalezian terror, from authors like Jonathan Janz, Matt Hayward, Adam Cesare, Amber Fallon, and Stephen Kozeniewski.”