REVIEW: The Dying Squad by Adam Simcox

Add a little detective drama to a fun, imaginative urban fantasy (arguably rural fantasy, as its real-world elements take place largely in the quiet Lincolnshire landscape) exploring the afterlife, memory,...
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REVIEW: The Dying Squad by Adam Simcox

REVIEW: The Last House On Needless Street by Catriona Ward

The Last House On Needless Street is the latest work from award-winning horror author, Catriona Ward. While the novel certainly flirts with the horror genre, it could perhaps be equally...
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REVIEW: The Last House On Needless Street by Catriona Ward

REVIEW: Wendy, Darling by A.C. Wise

There are quite a few books inspired by Peter Pan coming out this year. While most of them are on the YA end of the spectrum, Wendy, Darling by A.C....
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REVIEW: Wendy, Darling by A.C. Wise

Eight Indie Cyberpunk Book Recommendations

Grimdark Magazine has long supported indie authors and their eternal attempts to get noticed among the countless other books released by both traditional publishers and the increasingly saturated indie market....
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Eight Indie Cyberpunk Book Recommendations

REVIEW: The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix

In thinking of the title of this book, The Final Girl Support Group, where a support group is by its nature a safe and comforting idea, instead, think about what it...
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REVIEW: The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix

Why we’re so excited for Legacy of Light by Matthew Ward

Matthew Ward's Legacy series is epic AF and about to wrap up in 2021 with the release of Legacy of Light. With a big cast, epic storyline, and grim twists and turns...
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Why we’re so excited for Legacy of Light by Matthew Ward

REVIEW: Sword Stone Table – ed. Swapna Krishna and Jenn Northington

Sword Stone Table is an anthology based on Arthurian legends. Editors Swapna Krishna and Jenn Northington have consciously taken an approach to diversify this very traditional European corpus with the...
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REVIEW: Sword Stone Table – ed. Swapna Krishna and Jenn Northington

REVIEW: The Offset by Calder Szewczak

In humanity’s desperate attempt to control overpopulation and stifle procreation, a drastic policy called The Offset is implemented. On this dying planet, having a child requires the greatest sacrifice and...
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REVIEW: The Offset by Calder Szewczak

An Interview with Paul Tremblay

Paul Tremblay has won the Bram Stoker Award, British Fantasy, and Massachusetts Book awards for his work in the horror field. His novels horror novels include The Cabin at the...
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An Interview with Paul Tremblay

REVIEW: Dredd (2012)

Dredd is a 2012 sci-fi action film written by Alex Garland (The Beach, 28 Days Later, Ex Machina, Annihilation) and stars the always amazing Karl Urban (Lord of the Rings,...
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REVIEW: The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig

Wendig is a study of different types of horrors. If you haven’t read many Wendig books, Chuck writes with various styles and themes. Each one of his novels, whether horror or science fiction, approaches...

An Interview with Chuck Wendig

Chuck Wendig is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author, both non-fiction and novels. His recent books include Wanderers, which is a Locus, Bram Stokers, and Goodreads award Nominee. As well as...

REVIEW: Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft

Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft, the latest Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition supplement, takes players and gamemasters on a journey through the gothic fantasy Domains of Dread. Presented as a campaign handbook to this...

Crossing the Monster

The best monsters are not ‘other’, or ‘different’, or ‘damaged’, but those that exploit our fears and our own flaws. The creatures that make us think of death, loss, drastic unasked for change, loss...

REVIEW: The God is Not Willing by Steven Erikson

I received a review copy of The God is Not Willing in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to Steven Erikson and Bantam Press. I don’t believe my review contains spoilers, but with...

REVIEW: Ten Low by Stark Holborn

Chaos reigns at the edge of the universe. Ruling in second are all the outlaws. Ten Low by Stark Holborn is the story of an ex-convict known as Ten, and her desperate plight for...

REVIEW: Skin by Peter Fugazzotto

Skin is a novella with a creepy cover image of a human skeleton with its skin removed. The blurb is equally creepy, giving us the promise of a horror tale set in a fantasy...

REVIEW: Remnants edited by Stephen Coghlan

Remnants is a collection of stories about a world ravaged and left for dead, with only a few leftovers- remnants, if you will. Instead of focusing on the horrific monsters that have violently changed...

REVIEW: The Wood Bee Queen by Edward Cox

I think the best way to describe The Wood Bee Queen by Edward Cox is to say that it’s a children’s fantasy adventure for adults. This does not mean that it’s a childish book...

REVIEW: The Book of the Baku by R.L. Boyle

The Book of the Baku is more than a horror story. Within its pages, I found terror and infectious sorrow. Its author R.L Boyle runs the entire gamut on what it means to be...