News

9/1/11

ALL MONTH: DK’s films on TV!

8/17/11

Hellnotes: “Warped and twisted in humor, and ghoulishly frightening.”

8/11/11

School Library Journal examines ROTTERS at length.

8/2/11

Cuba TV by Simone Lueck (with an intro by DK) is out now.

7/18/11

Dreadful Tales: “The most important, dangerous, and incredibly entertaining YA novel you will ever read.”

6/28/11

Chicagoist: “Dark, macabre, and weird.”

6/15/11

Boing Boing: “As suspenseful and masterfully told as it is gruesome and terrifying.”

6/1/11

VOYA: “The twists and turns will leave readers gasping.”

6/1/11

Rue Morgue Magazine: “For the horror genre, it may just be the coming-of-age novel of our young century.”

5/24/11

Forever YA: “”As if Flannery O’Conner took a bad LSD trip after watching Faces of Death.”

5/16/11

Horror News: “I’ll be damned if Daniel Kraus doesn’t kick the door right off the hinges.”

5/13/11

The Millions: “One of the darkest, wildest, most unsettling adolescent novels I’ve ever come across.”

5/12/11

Innsmouth Free Press: “An interesting and daring book… you’ll love every shovelful.”

5/11/11

Encore interviews DK about books, movies, etc.

5/7/11

Elliot Bay Book Company: “Extremely well-written, with a style and a substance that I haven’t seen in a YA book in awhile.”

5/5/11

Worsmithsonia: “I’m not sure I’m capable of ever expressing how much I loved this macabre blend.”

5/1/11

STARRED REVIEW from The Bulletin: “Kraus gives the current crop of pretentiously serious supernatural YA novels a wild run for their money.”

5/1/11

Fangoria: “A NEW HORROR CLASSIC.”

4/26/11

See Ryan Nanni’s music video for “Greifland,” as seen in ROTTERS.

4/26/11

Kirkus–Bookshelves of Doom: “Give to those who read National Book Award winners… An exploration of humanity and mortality; of respect and revenge; of family and solitude, guilt and redemption.”

4/26/11

Bloody Disgusting: “A gleefully grisly coming-of-age story, a literary horror novel rooted in the real. This guy can seriously write.”

4/23/11

Muggle-Born: “Unlike any other book I’ve read. Gritty, graphic, violent, gut-wrenching, and so, so addictive.”

4/21/11

Booklist interviews DK about ROTTERS: “I set out to write the best horror novel of the year.”