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Side by Side Review: THE UNSUITABLE by Molly Pohlig

Side by Side Review: THE UNSUITABLE by Molly Pohlig

Title: THE UNSUITABLE

Author: Molly Pohlig

Publisher: Henry Holt & Company

Janelle's Review

Thank you to Henry Holt for my free copy.  
THE UNSUITABLE is a bloody, outlandish gothic tale set in the Victorian era. It’s full of dark scenes and even darker thoughts.
Iseult is twenty-eight, a spinster, and her father is desperately trying to marry her off. Even though her father is a cruel man, she resists the idea of getting married and keeps a black book detailing her unsuitable suitors. Iseult...


Side by Side Review: THE FOREVER HOUSE by Tim Waggoner

Side by Side Review: THE FOREVER HOUSE by Tim Waggoner

Here at Night Worms, we love to buddy read & review. Chandra, Janelle, Matt, and John offer their reading experience of THE FOREVER HOUSE by Tim Waggoner.

Thank you Flame Tree Press for early copies.

Chandra's review:

This was the horror book that I needed right now.  I remember reading the synopsis a WHILE back and then promptly forgot about it - I just knew I wanted to read it so I dove into...


What Type of Reader are You? (Horror Edition)

What Type of Reader are You? (Horror Edition)

What Type of Reader are You? (Horror Edition)

 

In the Bookstagram and reading communities, like anywhere else, there are a variety of people trying to live their best lives while immersing themselves in the lives of the characters within the tomes they are perusing.  While there has been some sense of discord in how fast or "incorrectly" people read, we can all at least agree that everyone does it their own particular way.  Let's take a look at some different types of readers, shall we?

  • Watch out for Jigsaw, the intellectual reader that devours information from mainly...


BOOK REVIEW: Side by Side Reviews of DRACUL by Dacre Stoker and J. D. Barker

BOOK REVIEW: Side by Side Reviews of DRACUL by Dacre Stoker and J. D. Barker

“Just because nobody is there to witness such things doesn’t make them less true.”

First, let me confess that I have never read Dracula. I know I know tsk tsk!! But before you come for me, let me explain.  Dracula has always intimidated me. Anything that was written way back when has always intimidated me. I think it’s because I often find the writing hard to understand, and also a tad bit boring.  Well after listening to the audiobook for Dracul my need to read Dracula has increased.

Dracul...


3 Older Titles You Might Have Missed But Need to Read!

3 Older Titles You Might Have Missed But Need to Read!

John's Review of The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn (2017)

As usual, I’m late to the party, but I showed up, I’m finally here. The Devil Crept In is my first Ania Ahlborn book, and it sure as hell won't be my last. Something about this book has been calling me, I don’t know why. Maybe it’s the simple, yet creepy cover. Everyone tells me I should read Brother. Like the stray animals fleeing to the woods of Deer Valley,...