book review, horror, short story

The Other Side of the Door by Rhonda Parrish

I love the anthologies Rhonda Parrish edits, but it’s nice to read her own short stories for a change in The Other Side of the Door. This collection of four ghost stories and a spooky poem kicks off with the titular The Other Side of the Door, which is a moving depiction of a child… Continue reading The Other Side of the Door by Rhonda Parrish

book review, horror

Our Biggest Fears by Bo Chappell

With a satisfying blend of horror and character development, Our Biggest Fears adds some depth to the home invasion, serial killer genre. There’s a murderer on the loose, making people disappear, but siblings Ray and Amber aren’t too concerned as Ray moves into his new home in the woods. They should be. The book starts… Continue reading Our Biggest Fears by Bo Chappell

book review, fantasy, short story

The Fae Of Darkwood by Ben McQueeney

My first introduction to the author’s fantasy world of Tellusm, but definitely not my last. Rehan is a barber, which means he also performs minor medical procedures and is more or less a doctor. Due to his interest in healing, he dissects bodies to learn more about them. When he hears about some fresh specimens,… Continue reading The Fae Of Darkwood by Ben McQueeney

book review, horror

Sole Survivor by Zachary Ashford

You better watch the trees, because drop bears are real, and they’re coming to get you. After their plane crashes, a group of reality show contestants are stranded on a beautiful uninhabited island. However, they happen to have stumbled upon the home of a species of large, carnivorous, koala like marsupials, and these drop bears… Continue reading Sole Survivor by Zachary Ashford

book review, fiction

Best book of the half year goes to…

I’ve seen a lot of these posts floating around recently, and since I’ve just finished reading my 100th book this year, and it’s a little over half way through 2020, I thought I’d join in. I’ve read twelve 5 Dog books so far this year. Listing them in order of completion; 1. Dead Meat: Day… Continue reading Best book of the half year goes to…