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Book Review: Secret Societies: The Complete Guide to Histories, Rites, and Rituals – Author Nick Redfern

Secret Societies: The Complete Guide to Histories, Rites, and Rituals Author Nick Redfern Visible Ink Press Author Nick Redfern, the creator of several well known supernatural, conspiracy, and controversial subject matter releases brings us his next offering, “Secret Societies: The Complete Guide to Histories, Rites, and Rituals”, a 434 page book compendium of secret societies, cults and enigmatic organizations. Readers …

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Book Review: Apex Predator – Author S.M. Douglas

Apex Predator By S.M. Douglas Winston Publishing 256 Pages A barrage of macabre suicides involving high finance bankers has even national security perplexed. While agent William Brody races against the clock to bring the immoral to justice he soon realizes the global ramifications and the unholy lineage in his investigation. Apex Predator will mark the first reading odyssey taken with …

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Book Review: Silhouettes from Popular Culture – Author Olly Moss

I recently received a book containing no text whatsoever, no color images whatsoever and void from any index or page numbers. You might think this to be one of the most boring books in the world, but on the contrary I found it highly entertaining and engaging. “Silhouettes from Popular Culture” is a collection of drawn silhouettes featuring the profiles …

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Book Review: Clockwork Universe – Author John W. Dennehy

CLOCKWORK UNIVERSE A STEAMPUNK THRILLER By John W. Dennehy 98 Pages When Kevin waits on a platform for a commuter train to Boston something most surreal unfolds. A beautiful stranger named Sarah introduces herself after he awakens from a nap. One glimpse around he realizes something is dreadfully amiss. Everyone is dressed and composes oneself seemingly from an entirely different …

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Book Review: A Monster Calls The Art and Vision Behind the Film – Author Desiree de Fez

The film, “A Monster Calls” is a 2016 Fantasy adventure-drama based on Patrick Ness’s book of same name.  The book release “A Monster Calls The Art and Vision Behind the Film” is an homage to the hard work and dedication that went into this creation. For starters, we’ve provided a brief synopsis: “Conor (Lewis MacDougall) is dealing with far more …

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Book Review: Voodoo Child: Zombie Uprising – Author William Burke

Voodoo Child: Zombie Uprising By William Burke 301 Pages Maggie Child is a chopper pilot that sustains a devastating crash and barely escapes with her life thanks to the help of an ominous supernatural, demonic like creature. She awakens within a top secret military experiment facility and finds adversity in the form of drug induced interrogations. Her only answer to …

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Book Review: Dead Hunger IX: The Cleansing – Author Eric A. Shelman

Dead Hunger IX: The Cleansing By Eric A. Shelman Dolphin Moon Publishing 354 Pages Our merry band of swash buckling survivors have managed to cope and stay alive in a world well beyond when the zombie apocalypse was first unleashed. Now residing in the relative save haven of Kingman, Kansas, Flex, Gem, Hemp, Charlie and company must have their defenses …

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Book Review: Pazuzu’s Girl – Author Rachel Coles

Pazuzu’s Girl By Rachel Coles Pazuzu and Lugal are human incarnates of Mesopotamia with unearthly powers. An ancient tablet of destiny is stolen from the goddess Lamashtu. As a result the two are exiled to exist among humans as their infinite sentencing. Gradually indication the two with supernatural powers can no longer keep up with their cleaver contemporary disguise. As …

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Book Review: Wulf and Batsy – Issue 2

WULF AND BATSY vol #2 – LUSTMORD NIGHTMARES (COMIC) Writer / Creator / Artist: Bryan Baugh Release Date: February 2010 Publisher: Crypt Logic Comics Publication Date: 2010 Format: Full Color – 268 pages Price: $25.00 “The second Wulf and Batsy trade paperback features a brand new, never before published, epic-length story called Lustmord Nightmares. In this story Wulf and Batsy …

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Book Review: While the Savage Sleeps – Author Andrew E. Kaufman

WHILE THE SAVAGE SLEEPS Author: Andrew E. Kaufman Published by Straightline Press Publication Date: August, 2010 Format: Black /White – 360 pages Price: $13.50 ($2.99 on Kindle) Andrew E. Kaufman’s debut novel takes us to the town of Faith, New Mexico, where something is amiss. A few hours away from New Mexico’s big city of Albuquerque, Faith is a quiet …

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Book Review: Arlene’s Heart – Author Victoria Frances

ARLENE’S HEART Written and Illustrated by Victoria Frances Published by NBM Publishing Publication Date: 2007 Format: Full Color, 80 pages Price: $24.95 Arlene’s’ Heart is just more than a visual treat. It’s a treat for the eyes, the soul and the mind. Victoria Frances is an artist who received acclaim for here Goth series “Favole”. Her latest release comes in …

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