The strange and thought-provoking journey to the underworld of speculative fiction. A review of the short story collection Underworld Dreams by Daniel Braum.
Reviews for Books of all Kinds
I’m glad I had my buddy Janine with me on this spooky and exhilarating ride. A joint review of the novel Ghost Mine by Hunter Shea.
Body horror with a brain. A review of the graphic novel Come Into Me by Lonnie Nadler and Zac Thompson.
Lines of beauty, brutality, love, and despair. A review of the poetry collection A Collection of Dreamscapes by Christina Sng.
When the evil dead are coming, it will take the power of family to turn the tides of hell. A review of the novel Jennifer Strange by Cat Scully.
Unique, imaginative, disturbing, and beautifully written. A review of the book Starving Ghosts in Every Thread by Eric LaRocca
A fight for survival in a world overtaken by darkness. A review of the book Monstre: Volume 1 by Duncan Swan.
Dark, twisted, hilarious, and so much fun! A review of the book Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones.
A coming of age tale about faith, family and first love. A review of the graphic novel Blankets by Craig Thompson.
Wonderfully bizarre, utterly mesmerizing, and deeply profound. A review of the graphic novel Black Stars Above by Lonnie Nadler.
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