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Night Worms Book Party: THE SOUTHERN BOOK CLUB'S GUIDE TO SLAYING VAMPIRES by Grady Hendrix

Night Worms Book Party: THE SOUTHERN BOOK CLUB'S GUIDE TO SLAYING VAMPIRES by Grady Hendrix

We’re at it again, folks. The Night Worms reviewers got together for another #nightwormsbookparty and read THE SOUTHERN BOOK CLUB’S GUIDE TO SLAYING VAMPIRES by Grady Hendrix. Our friends over at Quirk Books were kind enough to send us each a copy of the book and let me just say: You all do not want to miss this one. This is the first book party that we have ever done where every single reviewer gave 5 stars. ALL OF US. Some of us...


Night Worms Book Party: SKINWRAPPER by Stephen Kozeniewski

Night Worms Book Party: SKINWRAPPER by Stephen Kozeniewski

Night Worms know how to party. This month we partied by reading SKINWRPPER by Stephen Kozeniewski. After quite a few of these book parties, I thought I knew how each person was going to react to this novella. I am always surprised by everyone’s differing and unique reviews. Here are some of the photos that showed up on social media as well as some blurbs from those reviews:

(Be on the lookout for more book parties. Grady Hendrix, Laurel Hightower and more!)



This novella is...


BOOK REVIEW: Side by Side Reviews of WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE by Aaron Dries and Mark Allan Gunnells

BOOK REVIEW: Side by Side Reviews of WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE by Aaron Dries and Mark Allan Gunnells

Title: WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE

Author: Aaron Dries & Mark Allan Gunnells

Publisher: Crystal Lake Publishing

WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE follows Emily as she just tries to hold it together. She is a single mother living in post-infection Chicago. She just wants to go to work, do her job, and make a good life for her daughter. She works as a hospice worker in a government-run facility where the recently infected can come and live out their...


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,...