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Side by Side : Tav & John's Reviews of A VOICE SO SOFT by Patrick Lacey

Side by Side : Tav & John's Reviews of A VOICE SO SOFT by Patrick Lacey

Tav's Review:
A VOICE SO SOFT intrigued me right from the start because we've got mainstream Pop music being the devil's music instead of the traditional Metal or Rock. Not only is Pop music the devil, but the possessed evil-doer is none other than a beautiful teenager girl named Angie.
Angie's won an American singing competition and her hit single "Forever With You" is taking over radios across the country and causing more than just an earworm. Her fans (called Glitter Critters)...


Werewolf Wednesday! John's Review of BLOOD AND RAIN by Glenn Rolfe

Werewolf Wednesday! John's Review of BLOOD AND RAIN by Glenn Rolfe

Title: Blood and Rain
Author: Glenn Rolfe
Publisher: Poltergeist Press
Cover Designer: Rooster Republic/Don Noble 
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I’ll be honest, I was skeptical about going into Blood and Rain. I had never read a Glenn Rolfe novel and I’m not big on werewolves in any medium. Not that I don’t like them, I just haven’t cared much one way or the other. The Poltergeist Press reissue of this novel is what led me here, as I’m a fan of the publisher. 

I’m now a fan of...


Night Worms Made Me Do It by Andrew Fowlow

Night Worms Made Me Do It by Andrew Fowlow

Let’s talk about recommendations. If you’re reading this, likely you’re a constant reader like myself or maybe your just a fan of horror and need a literary introduction. Either way, you’ve come to the right place. The Night Worms crew is the utmost authority on horror fiction. If you’re seeking that slow and steady creep to chill your bones, we got you. A creature feature tempting your inner-animal to howl at the moon, we got you. An ooey-gooey gorefest to make you feel all warm and squishy inside, WE GOT YOU.

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5 Star Supernatural Horrors to Thrill You

5 Star Supernatural Horrors to Thrill You

Twelve-year-old Jake Baker and his Uncle Calvin are into the unknown. When Jake befriends the new kids in town, his Uncle starts up The Saturday Night Ghost Club. Led by Uncle C, Jake and his friends learn about his small towns’ ghost stories and haunted locations. By the end of the summer, Jake and his friends will have a different understanding of who ghosts are and what haunts us.

The Saturday Night Ghost Club was not at all that story I thought it would be. You have to understand that the author, Craig Davidson, writes other...


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...