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ARC review: Dark Hilarity by Joseph Sale

Wolfkin, lizardmen and gorilli- oh my! Sale’s latest novel is a feast for fantasy lovers. Bonded by their love of the music of Valentine Killshot, preteens Tara and Erica’s friendship is stretched to breaking point by a horrific shared event. Seven years later, the women confront their past, and each other, in the dreaming world… Continue reading ARC review: Dark Hilarity by Joseph Sale

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31 Days of Horror: It Calls From The Sky

Twenty three horror short stories depicting death from above make up this excellent anthology from Eerie River Publishing. Ascension by R L Meza: Homeless man, Grease, wakes to the extraordinary sight of a pajama parade on the streets of San Francisco, and an internal voice urging him to climb, in this Lovecraftian horror. Heads in… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: It Calls From The Sky

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31 Days of Horror: The Portal by Russell James

Released today from Flame Tree Press, a dark tale about the devil seeking to open a door to hell on the quiet island of Stone Harbor. Every three hundred years, Satan has a chance to open a hell mouth on the island of Stone Harbor. His attempt failed in the eighteenth century, but you can’t… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: The Portal by Russell James

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31 Days of Horror: ARC review DeadMeat Day 5 by Nick Clausen

It’s not just Denmark’s problem anymore. The zombies are spreading, and it hasn’t even been a week. Following on from Day 4, the action continues to centre around Mille, Dan, Holger’s bunker and the rest of the characters. Mille is headed for Sweden, but with her stepfather infected, can she notify authorities in time to… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: ARC review DeadMeat Day 5 by Nick Clausen