Book Review: Agnes, Murderess by Sarah Leavitt

Book Review: Agnes, Murderess by Sarah Leavitt

So I know Halloween is over, but I’m the type of person who likes to read spooky stories all year around, especially in the winter when I’m curled up by my fireplace. Agnes, Murderess by Sarah Leavitt landed on my doorstep unexpectedly, so the good folks...
Book Review: The Institute by Stephen King

Book Review: The Institute by Stephen King

The Institute by Stephen King is the perfect book to mark the beginning of the spooky season, and even though there are no ghosts in his latest release, there are more than a fair share of ghouls that are terrifying enough to haunt your dreams. Fair warning to those...
Book Review: The Homecoming by Andrew Pyper

Book Review: The Homecoming by Andrew Pyper

I’m always a bit hesitant to embark on a horror novel (or movie) because I have such high expectations for the genre, and I’m frequently disappointed. Too often, the storyline starts off scary then just dissolves into a weird, over-the-top mess...
Book Review: Dracul by Dacre Stoker and J.D. Barker

Book Review: Dracul by Dacre Stoker and J.D. Barker

The big day is finally here! Halloween; the perfect time to scare yourself silly with a spooky book in one hand and a delicious chocolate bar (or ten) in the other. I indulged in some dark chocolate to accompany my foray into the dark arts with Dracul by Dacre Stoker...
Book Review: Mannheim Rex by Rob Pobi

Book Review: Mannheim Rex by Rob Pobi

I was lucky enough to spend my childhood summers next to a lake; I swam in it, lay beside it, snorkeled around it, boated over top of it, and even constructed my own little wading pool on the shores of it. But when I would dive down deep to get a better look at...