Interconnected tales of evil dolls, eco/body horror, and haunted houses. A group read of the collection In Nightmares We’re Alone by Greg Sisco.
Reviews for Books of all Kinds
Provocative and darkly satirical. A review of the graphic novel The Dregs by Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler.
A mysterious, poetic, and dark fairy tale. A review of the book The Nobodies by Laurel Elizabeth Hasara.
Beautiful, profound YA novel written in verse. A review of the book Other Words for Home by Jasmine Warga.
Beautifully told and achingly sad. A review of the book The Death of Vivek Oji by Akwaeke Emezi.
For fans of complex characters, coming of age, and quiet horror! A review of the book Gulf by Shelly Campbell.
Ooey gooey gory sci-fi horror fun! A review of the graphic novel Spread, Vol 1 by Justin Jordan.
Semi-historical tale of misplaced rage, young love, and fierce vengeance. A review of the book The Devil’s Mistress by David Barclay.
Welcome to a new level of dread, heartache, and nightmare. A group read of the short story collection Eidolon Avenue: The Second Feast by Jonathan Winn.
Dive into a plethora of fun stories from a crop of new (to me) authors. A review of the anthology Howls from Hell.
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