Tag Archives: Horror

Review: Malorie by Josh Malerman

This may be hard to believe, but that hit, Bird Box, just got a sequel! Malorie, by Josh Malerman, follows the events of Bird Box, where those strange creatures drive people insane. Continue reading

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Review: Review: The Living Dead by George A. Romero and Daniel Kraus

The Living Dead both is and is not a classic zombie story. The zombie apocalypse started small, but quickly grew to the devastating levels befitting our imaginations. Throughout this novel, the journey of several survivors is revealed. A teenager desperate to survive, a statistician who kept on going with her job, a medical examiner and his diener, they are just a few of the characters pulled into this tale that is larger than life. Continue reading

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Review: Salvaged by Madeleine Roux

Madeleine Roux’s Salvaged is the ideal example of a dark science fiction novel. It hits all the right tones, while being disturbing and graphic and oh so enthralling. Continue reading

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Review: Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power

Rory Power is back with another standalone novel, Burn Our Bodies Down. Readers like myself fell in love with her writing thanks to Wilder Girls, and this next novel is everything that we could have hoped for – and then some. Continue reading

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Review: Wilder Girls by Rory Power

Wilder Girls is the debut novel of Rory Power, and man did she come out swinging! There’s a good chance that you’ve already heard about this book – I’ve been seeing nearly nonstop talk about it since about two months before the official release. And having read it, I can understand why. Continue reading

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Review: The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones

The Only Good Indians is the latest horror novel to come out of the mind of Stephen Graham Jones, and it is a truly chilling (and graphic) tale worth reading. If you’re looking for a novel that terrifies as it unfolds, then you’re going to want to check this one out. Continue reading

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Review: The Sun Down Motel by Simon St. James

The Sun Down Motel is Simon St. James’ latest novel, a paranormal thriller worth reading (and remembering. We’ve all read the story of a girl gone missing – this is that story, but with several dramatic and surprising twists. Continue reading

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Review: The Oubliette by J.C. Sterns

The Oubliette is the latest novel to hit the Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Horror series. Written by J.C. Sterns, this is a graphic tale of what can go wrong when a planet is left to its own devices for too long. Or perhaps it’s a tale of politics and temptation. You be the judge. Continue reading

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Review: Strange Girls: Women in Horror Anthology

Strange Girls is the newest anthology out on the racks, and it has a specific and unique focus. This whole collection is a variation on the standard horror themes – with girls and women being the focus and authors behind it all. Continue reading

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