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Book Review: Nursery Rhymes 4 Dead Children – Author Lee Thompson

NURSERY RHYMES 4 DEAD CHILDREN by Lee Thompson Delirium Books In the hills of Pennsylvania, phantoms from the past mingle with those of the present, all swirling in a dark maelstrom over Division. Haunted by the part he played in his brother Mark’s death, John McDonnell takes a midnight hike and stumbles across four dead girls upon the forest floor. …

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Book Review: A Wizard’s Bestiary, A Menagerie of Myth – Author Oberon Zell-Ravenheart

A WIZARD’S BESTIARY: A MENAGERIE OF MYTH, MAGIC, AND MYSTERY (PAPERBACK) by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart Published by New Page Books Publication Date: 2007 Format: Black /White – 357 pages Price: $19.99 “A Wizards Bestiary” is hands down one of the more fascinating collections on the market. The author Oberon Zell-Ravenheart reveals that he has spent almost 30 years collecting and updating …

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Book Review: Onslaught: The Zombie War Chronicles, Volume 1 – Author Damon Novak

ONSLAUGHT: ZOMBIE WAR CHRONICLES BOOK ONE By Damon Novak Dolphin Moon Publishing 337 Pages A global outbreak has spawned in the most precarious of forms, in black rain. Those exposed to the elements find their untimely demise only to rise again among the undead. Cole Baxter, never one to sit back and watch it unfold races against time and all …

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Book Review: Errant Gods (Blood of the Isir #1) – Author Erik Henry Vick

ERRANT GODS BLOOD OF ISIR BOOK ONE BY Erik Henry Vick Ratatoskr Publishing 719 Pages A missing wife and son lead former policeman Hank to pursue two otherworldly serial killers into a strange realm of gods and demons. Errant Gods marks the inaugural reading endeavor I’ve undertaken with author Erik Henry Vick at the helm. While my ordinary flavor of …

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Book Review: This Dying World Book 2: Abandon All Hope – Author James Dean

This Dying World Book 2: Abandon All Hope By James Dean 486 Pages Dan continues to struggle and cope within the post apocalyptic world that is void of any faith or prosperity. As the origins of the global outbreak become apparent a very ominous metamorphosis lurks within him threatening to be unleashed at the most unsuspecting of moments. This Dying …

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Book Review: Cthulu Blues – Author Douglas Wynne

Cthulu Blues By Douglas Wynne JournalStone Publishing 232 Pages Becca Philips is a tormented soul. Struggling with a burden of regular nightmares, her subconscious is beckoning something beyond this world. Her one and only true ally Jason of the SPECTRA paranormal investigation team may be her only semblance in her sanity. The two’s reunion is more sinister than either of …

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Book Review: Dawn in Damnation – Author Clark Casey

Dawn in Damnation By Clark Casey Lyrical Press 181 Pages “Welcome to Damnation where every living soul is as dead as a door nail, except one.” The quotation directly derived from the novella’s opener says it all. Somewhere beyond the parameters of human comprehension lies a realm where the dead go. Not exactly hell, certainly not heaven the inhabitants are …

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Book Review: Sleep Paralysis – Author Patrick Lacey

Sleep Paralysis By Patrick Lacey Great Old Ones Publishing 227 Pages A collection of eighteen short stories with a common thread of what lurks in your subconscious at our most vulnerable times. Worm Garden: Josh and Charlie, two paranormal investigators will stop at nothing to capture the oddities of Worm Garden, even if it comes between them. Operation Parasite: Manny’s …

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Book Review: The Night Marchers And Other Strange Tales – Author Daniel Braum

The Night Marchers And Other Strange Tales By Daniel Braum Grey Matter Press 288 Pages A collection of eleven short stories with a common theme of the dark, disturbed and deviant psychological nature of the average person, vying to cope in a world gone mad. Music of The Spheres: A band’s obsession with a song has ominous consequences on those …

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GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: RISE OF THE HARVESTER BOOK 2 – CON OF THE DEAD

Following the success and cult following of Artist Steve McGinnis range of horror art (www.steveillustration.com/), he continues the macabre madness with the follow up to the 2016 graphic novel Rise of the Harvester: Book One. In book one, we are introduced to young boy sitting on a farm with evil just under the skin. We see the growth and development …

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