I've read only a few of Currans novellas but Sow is another rock solid read from him. The book cranks up the tension from the start when the father to be, Richard, is wondering about the strange transformation of his pregnant wife, Holly. In the beginning you wonder if Richard is actually imagining it all but as Holly's behaviour becomes more bizarre it becomes clear there's a lot more at play.
This was such a fun read. I'm a big fan of gruesome, disgusting horror so this was right up my alley. The writing is so vivid that at time you feel like you're placed right in the action, able to smell and feel everything that Richard is describing. I'm extremely glad I couldn't as some of the scenes are stomach churning.