Book Review: The Purity of Crimson

I love reading this book even though I knew it was going to be the last in the Gabriel Davenport series. Beverley Lee's ability to tell a story surpasses so many authors that I have read and she does not disappoint with The Purity of Crimson. With short chapters and a riveting plot this book … Continue reading Book Review: The Purity of Crimson

Book Review: Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked

Can we first take a moment to acknowledge, appreciate, and worship this cover?! The cover is the first thing that drew me to wanting this book; I won't lie. I had just finished a huge marathon of the Saw movies and then I come across this book where a woman has this pig head or … Continue reading Book Review: Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked

Book Review: Unmemory

Kristi DeMeester continues to grow as a new favorite author of mine with each of her works I read. I first read Beneath. Then I read the first story in Everything That's Underneath - and I am so eager to open that horror collection back up! And now I was able to read Unmemory, a … Continue reading Book Review: Unmemory

A Night Worms Book Review: Kill River

First off I want to give a HUGE thanks to author Cameron Roubique for sending me and my fellow Night Worms in exchange for an honest review. To be completely upfront and fair, my initial interest in this book came from the cover art. There’s just something about skulls with eyeballs that get me. And … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Kill River

A Night Worms Book Review: The Hunger

Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. The Hunger, by Alma Katsu, has been one of my most anticipated reads of the year.  And it did not disappoint in making it to my list of 4-star reads.  I … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: The Hunger

Book Review: The Wicked Ones

The Wicked Ones, by J.Z. Foster, is a book that I am so glad I have read.  I really can't imagine how life would be without KNOWING this story!  This book is straight up horror and terror.  The first book I read of Foster's was Witch Hunter, which was more Urban Fantasy/Comedy than horror.  It's … Continue reading Book Review: The Wicked Ones

Book Review: Raven’s Peak

Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole is a book that I am glad I stumbled across. The book follows two main characters, Abigail and Haatim, who are on an unlikely journey together to a quiet mountain town where there have been reports of strange happenings and people acting crazy. Along the way we learn about both their … Continue reading Book Review: Raven’s Peak

Book Review: The Tent

Kealan Patrick Burke has not let me down once with anything I have read.  His stories are so versatile and creepy in different ways.  The Tent is no exception.  On the surface, The Tent follows a married couple lost in the woods on a hiking trip looking for their son.  Their son has been lost … Continue reading Book Review: The Tent

A Night Worms Book Review: Witch Hunter

My friends Sadie and Ashley started a read & review group called Night Worms.  They both realized they were getting the same offers from publishers and authors to read ARCs and review copies.  Our group consists of seven people and our goal is to read, review, and devour mainstream and indie horror. Witch Hunter: Into … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Witch Hunter

Book Review: Warm, Dark Places Are Best

I just finished reading Warm, Dark Places Are Best by Mike Duke.  And all of my fears (irrational, as some of my loved ones have always told me) came to life and I am dying right now.  The only thing I really want to give away about the plot is that the story is about … Continue reading Book Review: Warm, Dark Places Are Best