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Kallie & Marcy's Side By Side Review of A COSMOLOGY OF MONSTERS by Shaun Hamill

Kallie & Marcy's Side By Side Review of A COSMOLOGY OF MONSTERS by Shaun Hamill

A COSMOLOGY OF MONSTERS- Shaun Hamill

“I think horror is the most important fiction in the world,” he said.

I sit here with tears streaming down my face as my mind and heart digest the last few pages of A COSMOLOGY OF MONSTERS. What a ride of a book.  

 

I first want to apologize to Kallie, my buddy for this book.  When we first started reading this I was in the starting stages of a really big move. A move that would take me from Texas, which funnily enough is the author’s,...


John Reviews 3 Binge-Read Books

John Reviews 3 Binge-Read Books

ZERO LIVES REMAINING by Adam Cesare

As a kid, I have memories of a place called DG’s arcade. I was born in the late ’80s, so I didn’t have much time with the arcade scene before the bells tolled upon it; Zero Lives remaining is a horrifying homage to those wonderful establishments.

I picked up Zero Lives Remaining in hopes of a nostalgia-filled experience, and thankfully, that’s exactly what Adam Cesare delivered. ZLR differs from Cesare’s previous nostalgia-fest in that it’s not set in the past, rather it’s set...


What's New in November?

What's New in November?

January 2020 Theme Reveal!

Night Worms Get Savage: Mega Review Round Up!

Night Worms Get Savage: Mega Review Round Up!

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

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Matt's Review:
I first read...


Friday Feels- November 8th, 2019

Friday Feels- November 8th, 2019

White is for Witching

Helen Oyeyemi

 

Miranda Silver has pika, an eating disorder that compels her to eat foreign objects (chalk, in Miranda’s case). Miranda -or Miri as she’s called throughout the book- lives with her twin brother, Eliot and her widowed father, Luc. They live together in a “haunted” ancestral home that they have converted into a bed and breakfast. The house, one of the narrators of the...