Tired after an eventful Christmas and New Year? No problem. Today's review is as short and snappy as the book it's about. Goodreads Blurb Dreams of Lake Drukka & Exhumation (Short Sharp Shocks! #31) by Mike Thorn Dreams of Lake Drukka and Exhumation explore the unearthing of horrific, long-buried family secrets. Journeying into the darkest … Continue reading Book Review: Dreams of Lake Drukka & Exhumation by Mike Thorn
Even though this book is intended as a horror, or at least a spooky story, I found it very emotional. Emotion is not really something you associate with horrors but it worked very well here. Blurb Dreamland* by Nick Clausen introduces us to Dreamland. Dreamland is where Louis goes to meet his father, who died … Continue reading Book Review: Dreamland by Nick Clausen
Are you looking for a collection of dark and disturbing shorts stories? Check out today's book review. Blurb Darkest Hours* by Mike Thorn contains some of the most bizarre yet intriguing stories known to man. Published to excellent reviews, it's one that horror fans won't want to miss. Review If you are a long-term reader … Continue reading Book Review: Darkest Hours by Mike Thorn
Happy Halloween! Well, almost. It's never too soon for a bit of a scare though, right? Good. Living Like A Vampire* by Jacky Dahlhaus is the first part of the Suckers trilogy. It centres around Kate, a school teacher who has just begun her new job and suburban dream life. However, a virus that turns … Continue reading Book Review: Living Like A Vampire by Jacky Dahlhaus
For me, City of Ghosts had everything I wanted in a horror story. It was fast-paced, intriguing and chilling and Moncrieff has a way of writing which had me really feeling the tension throughout the story.
I absolutely love horror stories but at the same time, I am equally terrified of them. Every so often I feel brave and watch a horror movie, and end up waking every night for a month at 3am watching reruns of Finding Nemo to try and eliminate any scary scenes from my head. The feeling … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Salem’s Lot