Tag Archives: Horror

Review: Small Angels by Lauren Owen

Small Angels was one of BOTM’s August choices immediately caught my attention. They haven’t had a ton of horror novels lately, yet this month seemed full of them! You can imagine my delight there. Anyway, Small Angels was one of those options, promising horror, gothic fairytale vibes, and LGBT characters. Yes, please. Continue reading

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Review: Dark Stars: New Tales of Darkest Horror

There’s nothing better than a dark anthology, at least in my opinion. So you can imagine my excitement when I heard about Dark Stars: New Tales of Darkest Horror. Working together for this anthology, you’ll find John F.D. Taff, Josh Malerman, Stephen Graham Jones, Priya Sharma, Alma Katsu, John Langan, Caroline Kepnes, Usman T. Malik, Chelsya Burke, Livia Llewellyn, Gemma Files, and Ramsey Campbell. Continue reading

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Review: Horseman by Christina Henry

Fans of the tale of Sleepy Hollow are surely curious about Christina Henry’s take on the matter, Horseman. Christina Henry is well known for her fairytale retellings, usually with a horror twist, and that is why I just knew I had to give this book a try. Continue reading

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Review: The Last House of Needless Street by Catriona Ward

Catriona Ward’s latest novel is a chilling horror novel, one that succeeded in keeping me up well past my ‘bedtime.’ And no, I’m not just saying that because I stayed up late reading The Last House of Needless Street. Continue reading

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Review: Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo

I can’t believe I am so behind on the times, but I finally sat down and read Summer Sons. Now to take a few minutes to review it, as Lee Mandelo’s writing deserves that much! Continue reading

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Review: And Then I Woke Up by Malcolm Devlin

And Then I Woke Up is the latest novel by Malcolm Devlin, though if I’m being honest, it is also the first novel I’ve read by this author. However, when I saw the pitch for this book, I knew I had to read it. Anytime you promise me a book that reads like a Mira Grant or Stephen Graham Jones novel, I’m there. Continue reading

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Review: Comfort Me With Apples by Catherynne M. Valente

before. It’s a horror with fantasy elements…or is it a fantasy with horror elements? Either way, this world has pulled heavily from both genres – with chilling effects. Continue reading

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Review: Nothing But Blackened Teeth by Cassandra Khaw

I knew from the moment I heard Cassandra Khaw’s latest novel announcement that I was going to have to read it. Nothing But Blackened Teeth is a horror novel with paranormal elements and is part of the Nightfire line. Continue reading

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Review: Flowers for the Sea by Zin E. Rocklyn

E. Butler, with a Rosemary’s Baby flare. That was certainly enough to have caught my attention (Plus that cover? Chef’s kiss!) Continue reading

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Review: I Come with Knives by S.A. Hunt

I Come with Knives is the second novel in S.A. Hunt’s Malus Comestica series, and it is seriously not one to miss out on, especially for fans of paranormal horror. Continue reading

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