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Kallie's Review of Butterfly Skin by Sergey Kuznetsov

Kallie's Review of Butterfly Skin by Sergey Kuznetsov

Butterfly Skin by Sergey Kuznetsov tells the story of Ksenia, a 23 year old journalist working for a news website in Russia. She is younger than her fellow journalists but she...


Revisiting Books from Apex Book Company

Revisiting Books from Apex Book Company

The Wicked by James Newman (Sadie Hartmann review 2017)
Without going into the plot too much, I will say that Newman took a classic horror trope, "Dreamy, beautiful, small town on the surface--new family moves in--all demonic hell breaks loose" and he wrote a damn good book.
The characters were fully fleshed out, nobody was introduced that I didn't care about on some level. Our main family, Kate & David felt very *real* to me, which made things super risky. I grew protective of this family. The neighbor, George Heatherly,...


Friday Feels- September 20th, 2019

Friday Feels- September 20th, 2019

Happy Friday Night Worms! I wanted to shine a light on Flame Tree Press. Flame Tree was our featured publisher for March in the Night Worms package with Nightmare Girl by Jonathan Janz and Will Haunt You by Brian Kirk. Flame Tree is amazing and they put out some great horror books. They recently sent me these four books that are coming out in October (Thanks FTP). If you’re wanting to read something spooky and scary in October, like most readers, look no further. Flame Tree has the scary stuff covered...


Kallie's Review: BLACK HEART BOY'S CHOIR by Curtis M. Lawson

Kallie's Review: BLACK HEART BOY'S CHOIR by Curtis M. Lawson

Alright guys, let’s talk. Have you ever seen the movie Cruel Intentions? So in that film, the main character is Sebastian, and as the film progresses, we come to realize that behind his bad boy, a-hole persona, he’s actually a big softie. The main character of Black Heart Boys’ Choir is Lucien and he is basically Sebastian but before we find out he’s a softie. I hated Lucien. He sounded like a trilby-and-suit-wearing-incel with no concept of others’ emotions and no thoughts on what’s right and wrong. He acted like a...


John's Review: INTO THE MIST by Lee Murray

John's Review: INTO THE MIST by Lee Murray

A few years ago I had read a military fantasy series by Myke Cole called Shadow Ops. More recently I’ve been wondering why can’t I find a good military/horror crossover. That’s not to say there isn’t anything of the sort, I just hadn’t found it yet. I came across Into the Mist, by Lee Murray and I’m pleased to say that if this book is indicative of the rest of the series, I’ve found what I’m looking for.

 

Sergeant Taine Mckenna, a member of the New Zealand Defence Force and his squad...