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BOOK REVIEW! Night Worms Book Party: SERVED COLD by Alan Baxter

BOOK REVIEW! Night Worms Book Party: SERVED COLD by Alan Baxter

It's our first Night Worms Book Party of the year! Last month, we all read SERVED COLD by Alan Baxter. It was awesome to go through the busy holiday season with a group chat of like-minded, bookish individuals all reading through the same short story collection. There were about 20 readers-all with different preferences and perspectives. Here are some of the photos that showed up on social media as well as some blurbs from the reviews:

(watch this space for more book parties! Brian Kirk, Grady Hendrix and More!)

"SERVED COLD by Alan Baxter is a collection...


Zakk's Review of THE FEARING: BOOK 2: WATER & WIND by John F. D. Taff

Zakk's Review of THE FEARING: BOOK 2: WATER & WIND by John F. D. Taff

Zakk muses on fear, and The Fearing: Book 2 - Water and Wind

What do you fear? Yeah, you. The kind soul reading this rambling piece right now. What keeps you up at night, stops you in your tracks, or simply makes your breath hitch?

I myself, am afraid of heights, always have been. That one is fairly common. I worry that I’ll never break this mental wall that has been keeping me from solid and timely book reviews, this one is maybe a little more nuanced. I am also super sketchy on...


John's Review of THE ISLE by John C. Foster

John's Review of THE ISLE by John C. Foster

The Isle, By John C. Foster, is a novel of isolation, dread, and small town terror. Part horror and part murder mystery, Foster has crafted a novel in which its greatest strengths are the immersion and atmosphere the reader will experience.

 

U.S. Marshall Virgil Bone is a man with a haunted past. Seemingly at the end of his career, he is assigned the menial task of retrieving the corpse of a fugitive from a small island town off the coast of Maine, but as can be expected, the Isle isn’t what it appears to be. Despite...