Well, here it is, friends: my first DNF (did not finish) of the year. It was bound to happen sooner or later, although I’m pretty bummed it happened with a book I was really excited to read. Oh well!Continue reading
I am, once again, screaming incoherently about a book because it was so incredible, I HAVE NO WORDS!! Fans of space horror, you need to pre-order this one RIGHT NOW!Continue reading
“It gets lonely down in the dirt … [ghosts] miss having someone there, someone warm.”Continue reading
Please excuse me while I SCREAM ABOUT THIS BOOK!!!! AHHHHH, FRIENDS, IT IS SO GOOD AND EVERYONE NEEDS TO READ IT!!!!Continue reading
“Horror’s not a symptom, it’s a love affair.”
My Heart is a Chainsaw was my third book by Stephen Graham Jones and dare I say my favorite so far? A lot of reviews talks about how this book is the slowest of slow burns, and it is, but in my review I want to talk about how this book made me FEEL.Continue reading
I read a bind-up of this series that collected volume 1–8 all in one book. As soon as I saw the cover, I knew I needed it. Fall-themed body horror? Yes!Continue reading
“The human being is complex and I find the vile acts, contradictions, and sublimities characteristic of our condition astonishing. Our existence would be an exasperating shade of gray if we were all flawless.”
“Quinn Maybrook just wants to make it until graduation. She might not make it to morning.”
When I first heard about Clown in a Cornfield by Adam Cesare, I had two immediate thoughts: 1) this book is going to be terrifying, and 2) I absolutely had to read it. Needless to say, I was over the moon when I received an early digital copy, and friends, it did not disappoint.
“The stories of Inglewell, like the tellers, are hybrids of tales from distant woods and forests.”
You’d think a story with such a bright, sunny setting wouldn’t be dark and gloomy, but that isn’t the case with Flyaway by Kathleen Jennings. Instead, this book is full of haunting stories, shattered memories, and family secrets that were buried deep for a reason.
Isn’t the cover of this graphic novel beautiful? As soon as I saw it I knew I had to read it. But friends, don’t be like me and assume a pretty cover means a nice, carefree story, because Ever After by Olivia Vieweg is the total opposite. In this story, the main character Vivi is trying to escape not only zombies, but the ghosts of her past as well.