Book Review: Welcome to the Splatter Club edited by K. Trap Jones

Title: Welcome to the Splatter Club Author: edited by K. Trap Jones Publisher: Blood Bound Books Publication Date: Sept 1, 2020 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted With the exception of one infuriating piece of trash that I'll get to in a moment, Welcome to the Splatter Club was a strong collection of extreme horror with some outstanding entries. SPLATTER PARTY by... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Psycho Killers in Love by C.T. Phipps

Title: Psycho Killers in Love Author: C.T. Phipps Publisher: Macabre Ink Publication Date: Aug 25, 2020 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted If you're a fan of horror and urban fantasy that's infused with as much pop culture as humor, then you need to be reading C.T. Phipps. His books are almost a genre all on their own - they're stories where you... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Malan Witch by Catherine Cavendish

Title: The Malan Witch Author: Catherine Cavendish Publisher: Silver Shamrock Publishing Publication Date: August 18, 2020 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-author, female-fronted Urban legends, a legacy of evil, witchcraft, an incestuous small town, and a family of naive outsiders. Stir it all together in a cast iron cauldron, stoke the flames with a cursed poppet (doll), and turn the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Nightmare Asylum and other Deadly Delights by Sonia Kilvington

Title: Nightmare Asylum and other Deadly Delights Author: Sonia Kilvington Publisher: Close To The Bone Publication Date: February 28, 2020 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted, Female-authored Horror, more than any other genre, lends itself to short stories so perfectly. There's no dragging things on and overstaying the welcome. Instead, we're intrigued, hooked, surprised, and satisfied in short measure, ensuring maximum impact.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: In the Dark by Richard Laymon

Title: In the Dark Author: Richard Laymon Publisher: Headline Publication Date: November 10th 1994 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted Although it takes a while to find its darkness - 150 pages to become violent, 200 pages to become truly unsettling, and 300 pages to become brutally sexual - In the Dark is another solid piece of horror pulp from the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Love in an Undead Age by A. M. Geever

Title: Love in an Undead Age Author: A. M. Geever Publisher: ZBZ-1 Press Publication Date: August 1, 2019 Genres: Horror, Romance Shelves: Female-fronted, Female-authored It took me a long time to get through Love in an Undead Age. In all honesty, if I hadn't agreed to give it a review, I likely would have shelved it and moved on. I am... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Tomb of Gods by Brian Moreland

Title: Tomb of Gods Author: Brian Moreland Publisher: Flame Tree Press Publication Date: May 21, 2020 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted I find myself of two minds over Tomb of Gods, having devoured the first half with absolute enthusiasm, only to struggle my way through the second with varying degrees of curiosity. Brian Moreland captured my attention from the first... Continue Reading →

Book Review: If It Bleeds by Stephen King

Title: If It Bleeds Author: Stephen King Publisher: Scribner Publication Date: April 21, 2020 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted With Stephen King books, the plot is often secondary to the telling, and while that's not necessarily a bad thing - after all, while a good storyteller can breathe life into a weak story, a good story will always suffer under... Continue Reading →

NSFW Book Review: Blood Rain by Rajeev Singh

Title: Blood Rain Author: Rajeev Singh Publisher: Rajeev Singh Publication Date: February 29, 2020 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted Today's dark slice of erotic horror is brought to you by the letters G, O, P, and V - as in gynarchy, objectophilia, paraphilia, and vorarephilia. It's going to get bloody and it's going to get bloody sexy, so if you're squeamish... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Eden by Tim Lebbon

Title: Eden Author: Tim Lebbon Publisher: Titan Books Publication Date: April 7, 2020 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted A timely tale of eco horror, Eden has an intriguing concept at its core. With trash-filled oceans, rising sea levels, Amazon deforestation, and skyrocketing extinction rates puting the Earth at risk, Tim Lebbon has imagined the establishment of Virgin Zones . .... Continue Reading →

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