Book Review: The Human Santapede

"So here it is, Merry Christmas, / Everybody's arse to face, / Shitting down each other's throats, / A yuletide disgrace." The Human Santapede.  Who even knew this was a thing?!  I was just looking through Amazon for some Christmas horror books when I stumbled across this cover, spat out my eggnog, and dropped my … Continue reading Book Review: The Human Santapede

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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

A Night Worms Book Review: Kill Hill Carnage

Kill Hill Carnage was a wild, fun, gory ride of a horror book! I absolutely enjoyed myself the entire time - there was so much fun dialogue, tributes to good 80s campy horror, and the story was just all-in-all one that I thoroughly enjoyed. This story had some fun friendships and relationships - some come … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Kill Hill Carnage

Book Review: The Cool Kids

The Cool Kids by Jason Pellegrini is a remarkable coming of age story that follows three young boys in the early 90s as they embark on a journey of friendship and growth akin to The Goonies or Stand By Me. I was instantly hooked while learning more about who our narrator is because of the … Continue reading Book Review: The Cool Kids

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

Book Review: Husk

Husk by Dave Zeltserman opens up with a young man on the prowl for some meat to bring back to his clan.  Little do we know that the meat he is looking for is that of a living human and he's stalking the rest areas off the interstate.  CANNIBALS! Le gasp!  But what happens when … Continue reading Book Review: Husk

Book Review: No Sad Songs

No Sad Songs by Frank Morelli is the story of 18-year-old Gabe who is forced to mature quicker and more suddenly than most people have to. His grandfather has Alzheimer’s and he suddenly assumes the role of primary caretaker for him. He is struggling with his relationship with his best friend, he has normal teen-like … Continue reading Book Review: No Sad Songs