Book Review: Breeding Season by Jason Howl

Title: Breeding Season Author: Jason Howl Publisher: Jason Howl Publication Date: August 31, 2019 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-fronted As we continue to become more digital, more plugged into the world around us, the simple horror of an isolated hotel or cabin, with an inevitable catastrophe cutting the inhabitants off from civilization, becomes that much more terrifying. Jason Howl adds to... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Gnarled Hollow by Charlotte Greene

Title: Gnarled Hollow Author: Charlotte Greene Publisher: Bold Stroke Books Publication Date:  Sept 11, 2018 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-author, female-fronted Gnarled Hollow was an interesting read, in that I really liked the story, and thought the haunted setting was fantastic, but I didn't care for most of the characters. That's not to say there were badly written, just that... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Twerk by Isobel Blackthorn

Title: Twerk Author: Isobel Blackthorn Publisher: HellBound Books Publication Date: Dec 2, 2018 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-author, female-fronted While you can't necessarily judge a book but its cover, you can tell a lot about a story by its opening chapter. With Twerk we get a really interesting take on a strip-club dance, one that is visually stimulating, but which... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Damned by the Ancients by Catherine Cavendish

Title: Damned by the Ancients Author: Catherine Cavendish Publisher: Lyrical Press Publication Date: October 23, 2018 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-author With the third novel of her Nemesis of the Gods saga, Catherine Cavendish shifts the mood and feel away from the Victorian Gothic of Wrath of the Ancients, past the New Gothic of Waking the Ancients, and into the realm of Modern Horror with Damned by the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Waking the Ancients by Catherine Cavendish

Title: Waking the Ancients Author: Catherine Cavendish Publisher: Lyrical Press Publication Date: April 24, 2018 Genres: Horror Shelves: Female-author, Female-fronted Having successfully established the reincarnation concept and haunted setting of Nemesis of the Gods with Wrath of the Ancients, Catherine Cavendish has free reign to up the ante in terms of gothic horror with Waking the Ancients, and she makes the most of it. As taut... Continue Reading →

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