REVIEW: Dead Tide by Stephen Alexander North

Saint Petersburg, FL is filled with hungry soulless monsters. Also, zombies. This isn’t just me being flippant. Dead Tide by Stephen Alexander North is one of those uncommon, if not...
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REVIEW: Fallout

Fallout is the latest TV series from Amazon Prime Video and is the streaming giant’s attempt to cash in on the success of the videogame series from Bethesda which has...
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REVIEW: The Butcher of the Forest by Premee Mohamed

Veris Thorn has seen death. She had survived the war and the tyranny that never ended. As a woman nearing forty, she knows suffering. It is why she cherishes her...
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REVIEW: The Angel of Indian Lake by Stephen Graham Jones

Four years have passed since the events of Don’t Fear the Reaper, the second volume in Stephen Graham Jones’ Indian Lake Trilogy. As The Angel of Indian Lake opens, Halloween...
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REVIEW: Diavola by Jennifer Thorne

Jennifer Thorne brings supernatural terror to an already dysfunctional family vacation in Diavola, which follows the Pace family on their ill-fated Italian holiday. Although the family’s surname translates to “peace”...
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REVIEW: Lost Ark Dreaming by Suyi Davies Okungbowa

In Lost Ark Dreaming by Suyi Davies Okungbowa the seas have risen on the coast of Nigeria. Inside the Fingers—five towers submerged up to level 34 built to house the...
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REVIEW: Vampire: The Masquerade Blood Hunt

Vampire: The Masquerade is near and dear to my heart due to the fact I started playing it when I was fourteen and have not really stopped since. It is...
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REVIEW: Scream in Blue by Jeremy Szal

From the author of Stormblood, Blindspace, and the soon to be released Wolfskin, the novella Scream in Blue takes us away from the far-flung asteroid city of Compass and into...
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REVIEW: Bridge of Kings by Logan D. Irons

Bridge of Kings by Logan D. Irons is the origin story of two characters in the Oaths of Blood trilogy. Full of battle, Vikings killing English (and vise versa), and...
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REVIEW: The Fall of the Giants by Gregory Kontaxis

The Fall of the Giants by Gregory Kontaxis is the second volume of his epic fantasy series, The Dance of Light, following up on his debut novel, The Return of...
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REVIEW: Dead Tide by Stephen Alexander North

Saint Petersburg, FL is filled with hungry soulless monsters. Also, zombies. This isn’t just me being flippant. Dead Tide by Stephen Alexander North is one of those uncommon, if not rare, zombie books which remembers the creatures were created (or, if you desire, adapted) for the purposes of social commentary. Modern adaptations of the zombie often forget the metaphor and simply make them a Macguffin for exploring the effects of trauma on humans. Dead Tide is more akin to the original George...

REVIEW: Fallout

Fallout is the latest TV series from Amazon Prime Video and is the streaming giant’s attempt to cash in on the success of the videogame series from Bethesda which has sold millions of copies...

REVIEW: The Butcher of the Forest by Premee Mohamed

Veris Thorn has seen death. She had survived the war and the tyranny that never ended. As a woman nearing forty, she knows suffering. It is why she cherishes her remaining family and keeps...

REVIEW: The Angel of Indian Lake by Stephen Graham Jones

Four years have passed since the events of Don’t Fear the Reaper, the second volume in Stephen Graham Jones’ Indian Lake Trilogy. As The Angel of Indian Lake opens, Halloween is coming to Proofrock,...

REVIEW: Diavola by Jennifer Thorne

Jennifer Thorne brings supernatural terror to an already dysfunctional family vacation in Diavola, which follows the Pace family on their ill-fated Italian holiday. Although the family’s surname translates to “peace” in Italian, they are...

REVIEW: Lost Ark Dreaming by Suyi Davies Okungbowa

In Lost Ark Dreaming by Suyi Davies Okungbowa the seas have risen on the coast of Nigeria. Inside the Fingers—five towers submerged up to level 34 built to house the people who could afford...

REVIEW: Vampire: The Masquerade Blood Hunt

Vampire: The Masquerade is near and dear to my heart due to the fact I started playing it when I was fourteen and have not really stopped since. It is a social game and...

REVIEW: Scream in Blue by Jeremy Szal

From the author of Stormblood, Blindspace, and the soon to be released Wolfskin, the novella Scream in Blue takes us away from the far-flung asteroid city of Compass and into more familiar territory: 25th...

REVIEW: Bridge of Kings by Logan D. Irons

Bridge of Kings by Logan D. Irons is the origin story of two characters in the Oaths of Blood trilogy. Full of battle, Vikings killing English (and vise versa), and plenty of Viking-style death...

REVIEW: The Fall of the Giants by Gregory Kontaxis

The Fall of the Giants by Gregory Kontaxis is the second volume of his epic fantasy series, The Dance of Light, following up on his debut novel, The Return of the Knights. Originally published...