Book Review: The Haunting of Henderson Close

This book originally had my attention due to its stunning cover and setting that takes place in Edinburgh. OH! AND it's a haunting! Who doesn't love those? The premise of the haunting surrounding a main character who is a "ghostly" tour guide also made this an easy choice for me. The whole time I was … Continue reading Book Review: The Haunting of Henderson Close

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A Night Worms Book Review: Where Stars Won’t Shine

It's always a big decision to choose the first book of the year to read. I decided on Where Stars Won't Shine by Patrick Lacey as it seemed interesting and was also going to be a 'group read' for the month, too. It's always nice to know when you make the right decision! And every … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Where Stars Won’t Shine

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

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: 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