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Marcy's Review of KILL RIVER by Cameron Roubique

Marcy's Review of KILL RIVER by Cameron Roubique

Hi, my name is Marcela and one of my absolute favorite things in the world, besides dogs, are water parks.  They encompass everything I love: fun, water, and food!  So needless to say that when I saw a horror novel, better yet a slasher horror novel, that took place in a water park I was SOLD! I mean really, is there anything better?!  But, before we get into the nitty-gritty of the book, let me also express my love for 80’s/90’s slasher horror. In equal parts movie and book format they each hold a special place in...


John's Review of VIDEO NIGHT by Adam Cesare

Video Night is a book that I’ve seen often on social media lately. Between photos of it at Scares That Care and fellow NightWorms talking about it, I did some further investigation. No sooner than I read the back cover description “John Hughes meets John Carpenter”, did I immediately purchase this book. I wasn’t disappointed.

 

Video Night is the story of high school best friends Billy and Tom. Despite being polar opposites, they’ve maintained a close friendship, one that is likely to end at the end of senior year. The boys come up with the idea...


Zakk's Review of THE FEARING: BOOK 2: WATER & WIND by John F. D. Taff

Zakk's Review of THE FEARING: BOOK 2: WATER & WIND by John F. D. Taff

Zakk muses on fear, and The Fearing: Book 2 - Water and Wind

What do you fear? Yeah, you. The kind soul reading this rambling piece right now. What keeps you up at night, stops you in your tracks, or simply makes your breath hitch?

I myself, am afraid of heights, always have been. That one is fairly common. I worry that I’ll never break this mental wall that has been keeping me from solid and timely book reviews, this one is maybe a little more nuanced. I am also super sketchy on...


Friday Feels- September 6th, 2019

Friday Feels- September 6th, 2019

Happy Friday Night Worms! If you follow me on Instagram you have seen me raving about A Place for Sinners by Aaron Dries, and this blog post is going to be no different. I had a whole
Autumn color-themed post ready to go, but then I finished this book. And I need to SHOUT ABOUT IT FROM THE ROOFTOPS. So I’m saving that fall-themed post for next week, and here we are. You guys, this book. You need it. It’s so refreshing to read such a unique horror. I was...


Keely's Review of RITES OF EXTINCTION by Matt Serafini

Keely's Review of RITES OF EXTINCTION by Matt Serafini

Rites of Extinction by Matt Serafini

 

Rebecca Daniels is a forty-something woman on a mission to exact revenge against the man that murdered her teenage daughter. What seems to start as a typical thrilling manhunt soon takes a bizarre and sinister turn. In place of a lengthy synopsis, this is really all you need.

Serafini writes Rebecca’s character, a seasoned private investigator with a chip on her shoulder, brilliantly. In the first short chapter, we catch a glimpse of a woman we assume is just suffering from Empty Nest Syndrome....