Decay Inevitable

Solaris, 2009

Decay Inevitable is a thoroughly engrossing read… It’s one hell of a mystery, and how it’s all wrapped up at the end is well worth sticking around for… fans of horror and dark urban fantasy are in for a real treat… a compelling read that will have me looking out for more of Williams’ work in the future.” 8.75/10
Graham’s Fantasy Book Review

“At his best, Williams has the ability to capture the feeling of being trapped inside a nightmare in passages that are strange, uneasy and darkly humorous… an atmospheric and unsettling read.” 7/10
James Skipp, Total Sci-Fi Online

3 thoughts on “Decay Inevitable

  1. Chris Shaw January 31, 2014 / 4:48 pm

    Hi Conrad
    In Chapter 45 of Decay Inevitable, you refer to a book called “The White Badger” by Gordon Burness.
    I know Gordon! He was amazed to find his book referenced in such an unlikely place. He would like to know whether you read his book as a child, or just came across it in research.
    Many thanks
    Chris Shaw

    • Salavaria January 31, 2014 / 10:17 pm

      How wonderful! I’ve always liked badgers. My wife bought me the book some years ago. I think she found it in a secondhand bookshop. I did read it, and enjoyed it. Please pass on my regards to Gordon! Thanks.

  2. andrew matthew frame March 13, 2019 / 8:21 pm

    Decay inevitable is absolute garbage,shit happens to the characters and you can not even be bothered to explain,all the main characters are halfwits and should be feed into a tree shredder ,I can not believe that you are the same author who wrote “the unblemished” a far better book ,in every way possible.

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