What Moves The Dead by T. Kingfisher – A Book Review

Blurb: When Alex Easton, a retired soldier, receives word that their childhood friend Madeline Usher is dying, they race to the ancestral home of the Ushers in the remote countryside of Ruritania. What they find there is a nightmare of fungal growths and possessed wildlife, surrounding a dark, pulsing lake. Madeline sleepwalks and speaks in…… Continue reading What Moves The Dead by T. Kingfisher – A Book Review

Ghostwritten by Ronald Malfi – A Book Review

Blurb: BOOKS CAN BE DEADLY From the bestselling author of Come with Me, four standalone horror novellas set in a shared universe! In The Skin of Her Teeth, a cursed novel drives people to their deaths. A delivery job turns deadly in The Dark Brothers’ Last Ride. In This Book Belongs to Olo, a lonely child has dangerous control…… Continue reading Ghostwritten by Ronald Malfi – A Book Review

Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher – A Book Review

Blurb: After years of seeing her sisters suffer at the hands of an abusive prince, Marra―the shy, convent-raised, third-born daughter―has finally realized that no one is coming to their rescue. No one, except for Marra herself. Seeking help from a powerful gravewitch, Marra is offered the tools to kill a prince―if she can complete three…… Continue reading Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher – A Book Review

Sherlock Holmes & Count Dracula by Christian Klaver – A Book Review

Blurb: Sherlock Holmes is dead. His body lies in a solitary grave on the Sussex Downs, England. But Dr. Watson survives, and is now given permission to release tales in Sherlock’s ‘classified dossier’, those cases that are, dear reader, unbelievable – for their subject matter is of the most outré and grotesque nature. In this…… Continue reading Sherlock Holmes & Count Dracula by Christian Klaver – A Book Review

Stolen Earth by J. T. Nicholas – A Book Review

Blurb: Environmental disasters and uncontrolled AI armies have caused the human population of Earth to flee. They lie scattered across innumerable space stations and colonies, overcrowded and suffering. The Earth is cut off by the Interdiction Zone: a network of satellites to prevent anything getting into or out of the planet. The incredible cost of…… Continue reading Stolen Earth by J. T. Nicholas – A Book Review

The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix – A Book Review

Blurb: In horror movies, the final girl is the one who’s left standing when the credits roll. The one who fought back, defeated the killer, and avenged her friends. The one who emerges bloodied but victorious. But after the sirens fade and the audience moves on, what happens to her? Lynnette Tarkington survived a massacre…… Continue reading The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix – A Book Review

Ten Low by Stark Holborn – A Book Review

Blurb: Ten Low is an ex-army medic, one of many convicts eking out a living at the universe’s edge. She’s desperate to escape her memories of the interstellar war, and the crimes she committed, but trouble seems to follow wherever she goes. One night, attempting to atone for her sins, she pulls a teenage girl…… Continue reading Ten Low by Stark Holborn – A Book Review

Embers of War by Gareth L. Powell – A Book Review

Blurb: The warship Trouble Dog was built and bred for calculating violence, yet following a brutal war, she finds herself disgusted by conflict and her role in a possible war crime. Seeking to atone, she joins the House of Reclamation, an organisation dedicated to rescuing ships in distress. But, stripped of her weaponry and emptied…… Continue reading Embers of War by Gareth L. Powell – A Book Review

The Archive of the Forgotten by A. J. Hackwith – A Book Review

Blurb: The Library of the Unwritten in Hell was saved from total devastation, but hundreds of potential books were destroyed. Former librarian Claire and Brevity the muse feel the loss of those stories, and are trying to adjust to their new roles within the Arcane Wing and Library, respectively. But when the remains of those…… Continue reading The Archive of the Forgotten by A. J. Hackwith – A Book Review

The Book of Malachi by T. C. Farren – A Book Review

Blurb: In this frightening, high-concept science fiction thriller, a mute survivor of civil war must confront the horrors of organ farming on a deep-sea oilrig. Nominated for the 2020 Nommo Awards for Speculative Fiction by Africans . Malachi, a mute thirty-year-old man, has just received an extraordinary job offer. In exchange for six months as…… Continue reading The Book of Malachi by T. C. Farren – A Book Review