book review, horror, women in horror

One by One by Yawatta Hosby

Nine good looking young friends spend a weekend in a cabin in the woods. They obviously have a death wish. Ten years ago, siblings Keenan and Rae witnessed the torture and murder of their parents by strangers while vacationing in their cabin in the woods. Now history seems to be repeating as the young adults… Continue reading One by One by Yawatta Hosby

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Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor

A symbolism heavy fairytale about a dangerous young girl. Fatima’s happy childhood is changed when the green light from the sky enters her. Now she’s known as Sankofa, hailed as the adopted daughter of Death, and forced to wander the roads in search of acceptance. I bought this book after receiving an email from Tor… Continue reading Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor

book review, horror, women in horror

Situation Z by A M Semple

February is all about promoting female horror writers, so let’s kick off the month with this zombie novel by A M Semple. When Wilson gets the phone call from Russel he knows it has finally happened - it’s the end of the world. However, as he tries to escape the hordes of undead in the… Continue reading Situation Z by A M Semple