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Tav's Review- Tribesmen by Adam Cesare

Tav's Review- Tribesmen by Adam Cesare

Tribesmen by Adam Cesare



Tribesmen was in my May Night Worms box, which featured books with the “final girls” theme. Tribesmen’s cover promises supernatural cannibal horror and boy does it deliver! I don’t want to give anything away that the back of the book doesn’t, so this will be brief.

 

I used to love staying up with my dad and watching those weird horror movies they only show late at night with lots of gore, guts and half-naked ladies gasping for breath. When I got...


30 Favorite Short Stories by John Boden

30 Favorite Short Stories by John Boden

I shall now without the aid of a net or any type of safety device, craft a list of thirty of my favorite short stories. Presented in a stunningly built list of no particular ranking or order.

I will not include many stories by authors/writers who are biggies: King, Lansdale, McCammon, etc. We all know their names and have no doubt read many of their stories.

I want to hip you to stuff you might not know about.

I will instead choose to focus on more out of mainstream offerings...


Alex's Review- Cannibal Creek by Jon Athan

Alex's Review- Cannibal Creek by Jon Athan

Food is one of the greatest gifts we as humans have been given.  I can eat all day and will fight anyone who dares try to stop me.  Whether you enjoy pizza, bacon, sushi, or even if you are vegan/vegetarian, the list of edible delicacies is nearly endless.  Imagine life without chocolates and sweets, juicy fruits, or cheese.  Remember a time at one of your favorite restaurants and ordering the juiciest steak you've ever had in your life.  Do you know what you didn't order?  You know what I didn't order or ask for?  Balls.  Human...


Keely's Review- Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt

Keely's Review- Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt

I have been a fan of literature that challenges me from a young age. It was sometime during my sophomore year in high school that I decided to dip my toes in the obscure waters of philosophy and social sciences. I convinced myself that it was fun and made me look far more evolved than my fellow student body to be reading Nietzsche and Machiavelli rather than actually enjoying some Harry Potter. It wasn’t until my Humanities instructor pulled me aside and attempted to strike up a conversation about an annotated passage from...


Loose Stones- by Daniel Barnett

Loose Stones- by Daniel Barnett

She liked her men like she liked her coffee: weak, milky, lukewarm. Which summed up me well. I've got all the character of a whiny door hinge. I blame my mother for breastfeeding me too long. But we aren't talking about my mother, unless you're one of those shrinks that think everything is an Oedipus thing. We're talking about Sally Soledad, my lover and leashholder, who was right at this moment doing her best to melt me onto her scuffed mahogany floorboards.

“How many times have I told you to refill the ice when you’re finished?”...