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John's Review- THE DEAL MAKER by Lou Yardley

John's Review- THE DEAL MAKER by Lou Yardley

As humans, we have wants and needs. Even the most selfless among us has desires. The latest novel by Lou Yardley comes with the tagline “Everyone has a price…what’s yours?” By the time that you reach the end of The Deal Maker, you may find yourself thinking twice about just how badly you desire something.

 

The Deal Maker primarily follows Ted and Kelly, two characters that for their own reasons, find themselves mixed up with a demonic creature who goes by the name “Jack”. Jack has a penchant for bartering. A service for a price. As...


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...


John's Review of VIDEO NIGHT by Adam Cesare

Video Night is a book that I’ve seen often on social media lately. Between photos of it at Scares That Care and fellow NightWorms talking about it, I did some further investigation. No sooner than I read the back cover description “John Hughes meets John Carpenter”, did I immediately purchase this book. I wasn’t disappointed.

 

Video Night is the story of high school best friends Billy and Tom. Despite being polar opposites, they’ve maintained a close friendship, one that is likely to end at the end of senior year. The boys come up with the idea...


John's Review- Dead Sea by Brian Keene

John's Review- Dead Sea by Brian Keene

Let me start this review off with something I’m embarrassed to admit. It’s 2019 and I’ve JUST read my first Brian Keene novel. He’d Been on my TBR for some time, I just didn’t know where to start. I received quite a few recommendations of Ghoul, however, I already knew I’d love it so I decided to go for one Mr. Keene himself recommended to me on Twitter. Dead Sea.
Dead Sea follows Lamar Reed as he attempts to survive hell on earth, this particular hell...