Book Review: Gash of the Titans by Clara J. Douglas

Hello friends. My last handful of reviews have been for horror things. This novel is not directly horror, though has a fair amount of gore and horrific themes. I just wanted to warn you, should you choose to pick this book up, I wouldn't classify it as horror, but more of a dystopian novel. So… Continue reading Book Review: Gash of the Titans by Clara J. Douglas

Book Review: Kowabana: ‘True’ Japanese scary stories from around the internet: Volume One by Tara A. Devlin

Overall, I really enjoyed this book. Enough that on Amazon, I gave it five stars. What it is, is a collection of translated Japanese creepypastas. While I think in this time of the internet most people likely know what a "creepypasta" is, I've grabbed the definition below from a Google search, because it's not up… Continue reading Book Review: Kowabana: ‘True’ Japanese scary stories from around the internet: Volume One by Tara A. Devlin

Book Review: Selcouth by Candice Azalea Greene

This was such a great read. Honestly, this story gripped me right from the first sentence and didn't let go until the last sentence. My only complaint is that it is on the short side. However, adding too much more to it would have taken away from its charm, so really, even my complaint adds… Continue reading Book Review: Selcouth by Candice Azalea Greene

Book Review – Family of Fang and Claw by A.A. Peterson

Before I get into the review for this, I will say that this book has some situations within that are not for the faint of heart. There is a lengthy "trigger warning" at the very beginning, and I'd recommend taking a look at it and being prepared for the worst. While I wasn't particularly bothered… Continue reading Book Review – Family of Fang and Claw by A.A. Peterson

Book Review – Brenna Morgan and the Iron Key by Katie Masters

Star Rating (out of 5) - 4 Stole the cover image from Google Image Search. Book blurb from Amazon: When sixteen year-old Brenna Morgan arrives in Ireland with her travel-writer mother, she expects the usual—a few months in yet another country that isn’t home. What she doesn’t anticipate is running into a dying fairie who… Continue reading Book Review – Brenna Morgan and the Iron Key by Katie Masters