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    KIN by Kealan Patrick Burke

    I recently finished KIN by Kealan Patrick Burke, and it is certainly in my top ten list of most powerful horror novels I’ve ever read. It has been called a modern horror classic, and deservedly so. There are so many gems tucked inside this novel that...

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    Shady Palms by Allen Dusk

    I love stories that use a motel as the setting.  Not a hotel, that’s not the same.  I’m talking about the one-story, single-unit, non-chain, park-in-front-of-the-room, potentially-rent-by-the-half-hour motels.  John Rector’s The Col...

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    Kingdoms of the Dead Book One: Chemical Rot by Ian Woodhead

    Ian Woodhead conceived a story marrying rotting zombies and intelligent sci-fi that is mind-blowing! First of all, I love the cover design. I wanted to read this story before I read one word of its description. As far as pacing goes, this book kicks ...

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    {Blog Tour} – The Waiting by Hunter Shea Review, Guest Post & Giveaway!

    I would like to thank Hunter Shea and Erin Al-Mehairi for allowing us to be a part of this tour. After all the YA I’ve been reading lately, this book had me a little creeped out! I’ve never seen a ghost and quite frankly I am not sure wha...

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    Village of the Mermaids by Carlton Mellick III

    I love the writing of Carlton Mellick, which is a hard concept for me to grasp, because it reminds me of a TV show that has scared, revolted, and horrified me for a good part of my life: Nickelodeon’s You Can’t Do That On Television. Let ...

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