Book Review for Your Blood, My Bones by Kelly Andrew
Horror Novel Reviews
by robingoodfellow12
2M ago
I received this book for free. This does not impact my review in any shape or form. Your Blood, My Bones, by Kelly Andrew, is a dark paranormal romance about three childhood friends who struggle to survive the sins of their fathers. The book is separated into three parts. Part 1: The Homecoming introduces Wyatt Heath, who returns to her family’s farm after her father’s death, and uncovers a horrifying secret that had already claimed the lives of both of her childhood friends. Part 2: The Stranger shows exactly what it takes to keep the dark at bay, and the horrors lurking within said darkness ..read more
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Book Review for Craving Beauty by Jennifer Silverwood
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by robingoodfellow12
4M ago
I received this book for free. This does not impact my review in any shape or form. Craving Beauty, by Jennifer Silverwood, is a dark fantasy about a young woman who rips apart a fairytale built a top tragic lies. Vynasha had just lost most of her family to a tragic fire with the exception of her nephew, Wyll. With her father and older brother gone, she struggles daily to provide for herself and Wyll, being outcasted by her own village and being disowned as a witch. One day, she catches wind that her father and brother may have taken refuge within the cursed Wylder Mountains. With Wyll in tow ..read more
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Book Review for Beneath Gehenna by Benjamin X. Wretlind
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by robingoodfellow12
5M ago
I received this book for free. This does not impact my review in any shape or form. Beneath Gehenna, by Benjamin X. Wretlind, is a dark dystopian about a man living through an apocalyptic nightmare and surviving in spite of the pain and loss. The book is separated into five parts. Part I: Gehenna is Nigh introduces Geoffrey Alan Thompson, a wealthy middle aged man and his insufferable wife Portia, who flee to New Eden after receiving an ominous warning. Part II: New Eden describes the new environment the ultra-rich and wealthy have found themselves in, and how Alan, despite his wealth, is stil ..read more
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Book Review for Haunting in Hartley by Janice Tremayne
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by robingoodfellow12
6M ago
I received this book for free. This does not impact my review in any shape or form. Haunting in Hartley, by Janice Tremayne, is a gothic horror novel about a young woman who must overcome a malevolent entity that threatens to destroy her loved ones. Clarisse and her husband, Harry, are currently visiting Hartley in Australia. They decide to take a tour with Paranormal Jack, an eccentric man who, much like his name, takes an interest in ghosts and other nightmarish beings. After Harry and Jack run into the supposed ghost of Father Grimaldi, Jack suddenly dies. With time running out, and Harry’s ..read more
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Book Review for The Vanishing Forest by Jaysee Jewel
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by robingoodfellow12
8M ago
I received this book for free. This does not impact my review in any way.  The Vanishing Forest, by Jaysee Jewel, is a young adult horror that explores how family can lead to the salvation, and ruin, of their loved ones. Lili, who had just turned seventeen, decides to try to find her parents after learning about their disappearances inside a mysterious forest. While sneaking into said forest, she runs into a group known as the Rural Rangers, who, for their own purposes, are trying to film the strange environment. With Lili in tow, the group attempts to uncover the mystery behind the disap ..read more
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Book Review for Convergence by Jesse Clary
Horror Novel Reviews - Honesty in the Terror
by robingoodfellow12
9M ago
I received a free copy of this book from the author. This has, in no way, shaped my review.  Convergence, by Jesse Clary, is an apocalyptic horror about a man who, in spite of the end of the world looming over him, does everything he can to fulfill his wife’s last request. Jay is a widower that has yet to make peace with his wife’s passing. While the Anomaly, a strange black diamond floating in the sky, has just marked the earth for death, Jay decides to take his wife’s ashes back to her home town as a way to honor her memory. On the way there, he meets a woman named Benu, and together, t ..read more
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Joe Mynhardt, Shallow Waters Vol.1 review
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by pvlimbaugh
4y ago
Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Crystal Lake Publishing has this cool perk for its Patreon subscribers, for just $5 a month you can read and vote on their monthly Flash Fiction Challenge! Which by the way is open to all, that’s right you don’t have to be a subscriber to enter. You should, however, follow Crystal Lake Publishing on Facebook or Twitter to see when submissions open each month. With that out of the way, Joe Mynhardt has decided to create an anthology of all the top finalists to date. They may have not been the month’s winner, but they are still winning stories and deserve to be read by ..read more
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Jonathan Winn, The Martuk Series Vol. 1 review
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by pvlimbaugh
4y ago
Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh When reading anything by Jonathan Winn one must be ready to be blown away by his visually descriptive narrative. Be prepared to be taken outside of your comfort zone as you read of a child being slain yet it is written so beautifully that you are in awe rather than distressed. Words flow across the pages like poetry in motion. Reading like a historical account you will be swept away in an alternate reality. The Martuk Series Vol. 1 is a compilation of 5 stories that tie in together. For those of you familiar with Martuk…The Holy the characters will be familiar, if yo ..read more
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Alessandro Manzetti, Shanti: The Sadist Heaven review
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by pvlimbaugh
4y ago
Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Alessandro Manzetti is an author whose poetry I greatly admire. This review steps away from his poetry and enters the realms of extreme horror. Shanti: The Sadist Heaven is not a book for everyone. If your sensibilities are offended by graphic sex, acts of depravity, cannibalism, and other such extremes please stay away! Those of you that are familiar with the Marquis de Sade will know what to expect. Yeah, it’s extreme! The story takes place in a futuristic Paris where anarchy reigns and survival of the fittest is the only way to exist. Juliette and Justine are orph ..read more
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Keith Deininger, Violent Hearts: A Haunted Journey review
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by pvlimbaugh
4y ago
Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh If you like reading stories of the battle between good vs. evil along the lines of King’s, The Stand or Swan Song by McCammon you are going to love this! Keith Deininger is at the top of his game with Violent Hearts. A well-plotted story that keeps you turning the page, Violent Hearts takes us through the mundane of every day living into the surreality of nightmares come to life. Deininger is one of those authors that excels at world building. He intricately maps out the environs as the story unfolds and lets you visualize the surroundings with your own added touches ..read more
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