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Keely's Review- Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias

Keely's Review- Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias

I’m going to be completely honest with you guys here, Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias has produced the most challenging review I have written to date. What I felt while reading this novel was so overwhelming at times, that I found myself completely forgetting that I was trying to write about a novel, a piece of fiction, instead of the world we currently live in. I kept getting lost in tangents of thought that stemmed from ideas in the book and snow-balled into much larger issues.

Now, don’t...


25 Favorite Books Under 200 Pages and Not One Page More

25 Favorite Books Under 200 Pages and Not One Page More

Sometimes a reader can find themselves in a season of life where getting some solid reading time is difficult. I remember when we first moved up here to Washington and I was so busy with the move for months. That business later evolved into “settling in” and then job hunting and lastly, landing a full-time job. Finding time to read was not even a priority. It made me really sad. I had zero daytime reading hours so nighttime was the only available “free time” but I was exhausted and would often...


Friday Feels- June 21st, 2019

Friday Feels- June 21st, 2019

I recently read my first Brian Keene book. WHY DIDN’T YOU ALL TELL ME ABOUT HIM EARLIER?!?  I know, I know, I should have just done my homework. But now, I have a bunch of Keene books to catch up on! I started my dive into the works of Keene with The Conqueror Worms, and y’all, I highly recommend it. I apparently started it at the right time, too. Because it has been raining for what feels like weeks! This book has creatures and the apocalypse and crazy neighbors...


Cassie's Review- Love for Slaughter by Sara Tantlinger

Cassie's Review- Love for Slaughter by Sara Tantlinger

Title: Love For Slaughter

Authors: Sara Tantlinger

Edition: Paperback

Page Count: 104 pages

Rating: 5  / 5 ✨

 

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“We are sinking into the chasm  of cruel affection.” - Funhouse, pg 32

 

 

Poetry in horror is one of those things that I discovered only recently, and feel like I’d been missing for my entire life. I’ve read poetry for as long as I can remember, and have also read horror for just as long, but...


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...