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Side by Side Book Review: TOME by Ross Jeffery

Side by Side Book Review: TOME by Ross Jeffery

 

TOME by Ross Jeffery

 

If the eyes are the window to the soul, then what happens when they observe evil?
TOME by Ross Jeffery has readers returning to the strange haggard town of Juniper. This time around though we trade the dusty scorching heat for the dreary gloom of an unceasing and unrelenting downpour. Juniper Correctional, where the majority of the narrative takes place, is saturated not only with rain but also deplorable men and...


Side by Side Book Review: GIRL ON FIRE by Gemma Amor

Side by Side Book Review: GIRL ON FIRE by Gemma Amor

 

GIRL ON FIRE by Gemma Amor
WOWWWWWW!!! If you have not picked this one up yet, you need to RUN and grab it....now, not later. Go ahead, you can open a new tab right now and order this one. I'll be here when you get back.....

Okay, you done? Is your copy on it's way to you? You'll thank me later. Trust me! While you're...


Side by Side Book Review: THEY'RE WATCHING by Bob Pastorella and Michael David Wilson

Side by Side Book Review: THEY'RE WATCHING by Bob Pastorella and Michael David Wilson

 

THEY'RE WATCHING by Michael David Wilson & Bob Pastorella

 

You'll recall that Night Worms was honored to share an exclusive Cover Reveal for THEY'RE WATCHING back in October. So we are more than thrilled to celebrate the book's release and success with a Side by Side Book Review from Mindi & Sadie.

 

Mindi's Review:
This book is a great example of how a...


Side by Side Book Review: RING SHOUT by P. Djèlí Clark

Side by Side Book Review: RING SHOUT by P. Djèlí Clark

Klu Klux Klan members turned into (bigger) monsters under a hex from the Birth of a Nation film and Maryse Boudreaux and friends are not having any of it!  There's so much happening in these short pages and this is a novella that is scary on so many levels.  While this takes place during the prohibition era in Georgia, Clark also peppers in many other historical parts that...


Side by Side Book Review: SOME KIND OF MONSTER by Tim Waggoner

Side by Side Book Review: SOME KIND OF MONSTER by Tim Waggoner

Sadie's Review:
Tim Waggoner manages to pack all the trappings of a full-size psychological horror into a sleek novella. Not one word wasted. The last thing I want to do is spoil any reading discoveries so I'll be brief. Angie has experienced so much grief and devastation in her life that it leads her on a journey to...