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REVIEW: No Safe Haven by James Lloyd Dulin

No Safe Haven is the second volume of James Lloyd Dulin’s anti-colonialist dark fantasy series, Malitu. I will keep this review completely spoiler-free for readers who have not yet started the series. No Safe...

REVIEW: The Insatiable Volt Sisters by Rachel Eve Moulton

The Insatiable Volt Sisters is the second horror novel published by Rachel Eve Moulton, following up on her debut, Tinfoil Butterfly, which was shortlisted for the Shirley Jackson Award. In The Insatiable Volt Sisters,...

REVIEW: Looking Glass Sound by Catriona Ward

Looking Glass Sound is Catriona Ward’s deeply unsettling literary horror that will lure readers in with its charming coming-of-age façade but leave them entangled in a web of metaphysical dread. From the retro cover...

REVIEW: String Follow by Simon Jacobs

There is a quiet horror influencing the youth of Adena, Ohio. A mysterious force that doesn’t poison their young hearts but rather distorts their desires into something sinister. Simon Jacobs delivers an oddly curious...

REVIEW: Later by Stephen King

Later is a thrilling, sarcastic, and gritty book that hits like a shovel to the skull. In a good way, of course. I knew it was likely to be solid, even great, but Later...

REVIEW: Dragon Mage by M.L. Spencer

Dragon Mage by M.L Spencer is a nine hundred page book that is a return to old school fantasy. It reminds me very much of classics like Dragonlance that I used to read religiously...