Eerie collection of horror stories about monsters (human and otherwise). A review of the short story collection Who’s There? by Dimas Rio.
Reviews for Books of all Kinds
Exhilarating and page-turning sci-fi action/horror. A review of the book Hell on Mars by J.Z. Foster and Justin Woodward.
If Pixar wrote short stories; emotional and heartfelt storytelling. A review of the short story The Houseplant by Jeremy Ray.
Review bestie Janine and I read an absolutely stunning novel together. A joint review of the novel Tome by Ross Jeffery.
Cute, but ultimately a let down. A review of the novel Spark and the League of Ursus by Robert Repino.
Evocative and haunting entry into the cosmic horror genre. A review of the book The Worm And His Kings by Hailey Piper.
An interesting take on the Bigfoot (Bigfeet?) legend. A review of the book The Easton Falls Massacre by Holly Rae Garcia and Ryan Prentice Garcia
Disturbing group of experimental horror shorts that is risky but ultimately rewarding. A review of the short story collection Wyrd and Other Derelictions by Adam Nevill.
More creepy killers, more character development, and more cult revelations in this thrilling sequel. A review of the book Labyrinth of the Dolls by Craig Wallwork.
An interesting mix of genres and stories for the spookiest of seasons. A review of the short story collection Halloween Season by Lucy Snyder.
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