Book Review: A Sliver of Darkness by C.J. Tudor

Book Review: A Sliver of Darkness by C.J. Tudor

Some thriller readers may already be familiar with the author C.J. Tudor – she wrote the bestseller The Chalk Man a few years ago and continues to build her audience from that success. A Sliver of Darkness is the first book of hers that I’ve read, and...
Book Review: The Ghost Woods by C.J. Cooke

Book Review: The Ghost Woods by C.J. Cooke

The atmosphere of The Ghost Woods by C.J. Cooke is a winning combination of ghosts, witches, creepy houses, and eerie secrets that you’re better not knowing. I read this book a few weeks ago and some of the images are still floating through my head, not because...
Book Review: A Dowry of Blood by S.T. Gibson

Book Review: A Dowry of Blood by S.T. Gibson

I’ve been a bit hesitant to read vampire books since the whole genre was overtaken by YA authors hoping to recreate the success of the Twilight Series. But when I saw that A Dowry of Blood by S.T. Gibson was an alternative re-telling of Dracula meant for adults,...
Book Review: Woman, Eating by Claire Kohda

Book Review: Woman, Eating by Claire Kohda

Woman Eating by Claire Kohda explores the life of a vampire through the lens of a millennial and the struggles unique to that generation: someone who is struggling with living on their own, providing for themselves, reconciling who they are, all while dealing with a...
Book Review: The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig

Book Review: The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig

This is my second-to-last Halloween book that I’ve got on my shelf, and now that I’ve been reading horror for a few straight weeks, I’m feeling a bit sensitive to all the violence I’ve been exposed to, but I’m also more attuned to the...