Book Review: The Last Time I Lied

The Last Time I Lied is the latest book by Riley Sager, famously known for the prior thriller, Final Girls. Sager’s newest book follows Emma Davis, a now-successful artist in the NYC scene who was involved in a terrible tragedy fifteen years ago at a summer camp. At one of her art shows, Emma runs … Continue reading Book Review: The Last Time I Lied

Book Review: The Cabin At The End Of The World

The Cabin At The End of the World is the second book I have read by Paul Tremblay. I am picking up on his style a little more with this book. And I am picking up on his flare to have his words punch you in the gut, slam your face on the table, and … Continue reading Book Review: The Cabin At The End Of The World

A Night Worms Book Review: Terror Is Our Business

Terror Is Our Business is a neat book written by Joe and Kasey Lansdale, a great father-daughter team up! It is a collection of supernormal (their term for "supernatural" which is also explained!) sleuth mystery stories.  Dana and Jana are the primary characters and they investigate and battle some cool and creepy stuff! First of … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Terror Is Our Business

A Night Worms Book Review: Glimpse

Glimpse, by Jonathan Mayberry, is a supernatural thriller sober addict who sees things when she puts on glasses borrowed from someone on a commuter train and keeps getting chunks of time taken from her.  It's like she blacking out but she hasn't been using drugs or alcohol.  Weird things start happening to her friends, too.  … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Glimpse

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: Low

Low is the second book I have read by Mike Duke, and it is quite different from the first story I read (Warm, Dark Places Are Best). And a huge thank you to the author for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review. While Warm, Dark Places Are Best made me squirm … Continue reading Book Review: Low

A Night Worms Book Review: Children of the Dark

Children of the Dark by Jonathan Janz is one of my favorite types of books!  Why's that?  WELL, let me just tell you.  It combines so many things I look forward to in a horror novel:  coming of age / kids being kids, serial killers, supernatural elements, etc.  It was such a fun read and … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Children of the Dark

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 Wrap-Up: March 2018

March felt like a much more productive month for reading than February did.  I am not sure what happened to February, but not only did it seem to go by in a huge blur, but I also was not as inspired to read.  But thankfully I got the wind back in my sails and am … Continue reading Book Wrap-Up: March 2018