Mounting dread, increased violence, and strained relationships. A review of the graphic novel Sweet Tooth Vol 2 by Jeff Lemire.
Reviews for Books of all Kinds
Panicked paranoia, sinister supernatural forces, and psychological terror. A review of the book Whisper Down the Lane by Clay McLeod Chapman.
Insane twists, excellent character development, and gargantuan carnivorous worms. A review of the book The Conqueror Worms by Brian Keene.
Tales of survival (or attempted survival) spanning multiple genres in horror. A group read of the anthology Negative Space from Dark Peninsula Press.
Child-snatching monsters, journeys into hallucinatory horror, and lots of…demon sex. A review of the book Dimentia by Russell Coy.
Mysterious murders in space, untamed AI, and creepy killer spider bots. A review of the book Dead Space by Kali Wallace.
Folk horror with brutal violence, relentless dread, and unsettling imagery. A review of the book The Five Turns of the Wheel by Stephanie Ellis.
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.
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.
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