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Kallie's Review of PROVIDENCE by Caroline Kepnes

Kallie's Review of PROVIDENCE by Caroline Kepnes

Jon and Chloe are best friends. They have a favorite food together. They have a secret place together. They have secret feelings for each other. Before Jon can confess his feelings to Chloe, he is kidnapped by his super crazy substitute. The substitute has a weird thing for H.P. Lovecraft, plants, and "saving humanity." 

     
As Chloe mourns the loss of Jon and what could have been, we see her grow up. We watch her become the cool artist girl. She ends up in a relationship with the douche...


Keely's Review of MY HUNGRY FRIEND by Daniel Barnett

Keely's Review of MY HUNGRY FRIEND by Daniel Barnett

Have you ever had one of those days when you swear that one more uninvited human interaction may make you unravel? Where you know that the employee selling miniature drones at the shopping mall is just doing their job but, if that drone is still following you 10 feet from now, you may just snatch it out of the air and shove it down their throat?

Mike Roberts is having one of those days. 

The streets of Boston are filled with homeless people asking for your spare change. Eventually, these faces...


August 2019 Horror Releases

August 2019 Horror Releases

Just speaking from almost 4 years of experience on #bookstagram (dedicated bookish accounts and posts on the social app, Instagram) readers are starting to collect books for their Fall/Winter TBR. This is often the season where people dabble in the horror genre so I'm going to start rounding up each month's horror releases in an attempt to help people make some good, horror choices. 

First up are two of my recommendations:

THE FEARING- John F. D. Taff

Book One: Fire & Rain is already out and you can read that now! Buy it! 

Book Two: Water & Wind is ready for...


Friday Feels- August 2nd, 2019

Friday Feels- August 2nd, 2019

Happy Friday Worms! Let’s talk about Rooms by Lauren Oliver. I read this a while ago and I still think about it a lot. It’s a neat take on a spooky ghost story. The thing I remember most is how Oliver describes how the ghosts in this book physically feel things. Rooms is a quick and fun read that’s perfect for reading by the campfire this summer. Don’t forget the bug spray and save a s’more for me!
~Kallie @PageandParlor


Tav's Review of ONE BY ONE by D. W. Gillespie

Tav's Review of ONE BY ONE by D. W. Gillespie

One by One  by  

D W Gillespie

 Review by Tav @readswithdogs


I started reading One by One expecting a run-of-the-mill haunted house/creepy kid story and though it definitely features a creepy kid, the haunting is not your typical ghost story.

The suspense built up slowly and the atmosphere got wicked tense the further you read into the story. I stayed up later than I intended because I honestly couldn't stop reading! I had to know what would happen to Alice before I could sleep!


Alice is the main character of the book, a ten-year...