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...
Keely's Review of HUG CHICKENPENNY by S. Craig Zahler
Hug Chickenpenny is one of the most surprising books that I have read this year. When I opened the Night Worms July 2019 subscription package, I was rather indifferent to this one. The cover art is incredible but, I had no idea who the author was, and the title did not strike an immediate chord with me.
I am constantly months, sometimes years, behind everyone else when it comes to reading what has just been released....
The Night Worms Review Team loves to come together around a book. SAVAGES by Greg F. Gifune was a happy accident. I shared Matt's photo of SAVAGES to our group chat with a "Hey, this cover, huh?? Wow!"
And then Matt talked about how this was one of his favorite books and before you know it, we're all buying it and agreeing to read and review it as a big group.
So here we are! It's about that time. ~Sadie Hartmann
Author: J. W. Ocker
Felix Allsey is a cocky travel writer. He is a skeptic that writes about the haunted places that he visits. He convinces the owner of the Rotterdam Mansion, or Rotter House, to let him stay there with no contact with the outside world for 13 nights. He is convinced that this book will put him on the best seller’s list. When his best friend, Thomas, joins him for the 13-night project, things start going wrong. Felix...
Like many Horror Aficionados, I started dabbling in the genre at a young age. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Goosebumps and anything Christopher Pike ever wrote could probably be found on all our shelves in grade school. As I moved further into my adolescence, I desired a more “grown-up” version of horror and made my way through the works of Poe and Dante’s Inferno. While I adored all the stories that I experienced in those years, there was still a void that only a specific...