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

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Book Review: Sadie

Sadie by Courtney Summers is a book that will stick with me for some time. It's a YA thriller/mystery, but it has loads of subjects and triggers that range from YA to adult: drug abuse, murder, sexual abuse, pedophilia, rape, rural issues and poverty, etc. It is not just your run of the mill easy … Continue reading Book Review: Sadie

Book Review: Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering

I finished the novella Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering last night before bed... and I am still jaw-dropped like whaaa?!  The following is a brief synopsis of Husk from Goodreads:  "Kevin Brooks returns to his rural Kentucky hometown after a three-year-long tour of duty in Afghanistan. He has lost the grandparents who raised him, his … Continue reading Book Review: Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering

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: Behind The Door

Behind The Door by Mary SanGiovanni captivated me from the synopsis that mentions an occult specialist.  It also helped that the cover was so creepy, eerie, and menacing with these hands reaching out behind a door like they were coming for me.  This is the first time I have read a book by SanGiovanni and … Continue reading Book Review: Behind The Door

Book Review: Toroa

Toroa is Erik Hofstatter's debut novel and it soars!  On the surface, this book focuses on a girl named Mahi.  Mahi does not know her dad, her mother is the opposite of ideal, and she just met a fire-breather at a local festival who turns her world upside down in a sense.  All we know … Continue reading Book Review: Toroa

Book Review: Girls’ Night Out

I immediately wanted to read Girls' Night Out once I saw the cover and then scampered over to Amazon and Goodreads to read the synopsis. A trip to Mexico that ends in a missing person? YES, PLEASE! At first I got a little confused with the narration - it is told in multiple POVs at … Continue reading Book Review: Girls’ Night Out