Book Reviews

Why ‘IN THE TALL TREES’ by Angel Van Atta Should Be On Your TBR – Book Review

It’s finally happened. I found a book that I had to take a break from in order to let my emotions settle. This panic-inducing masterpiece is In The Tall Trees by Angel Van Atta. I was already a fan of the author before reading this, but now she’s become an …

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‘Beast Of Burden’ By Judith Sonnet – Book Review

Judith Sonnet is one of my absolute favorite authors, so anything she writes is an auto-buy for me. But when I saw that her novella Beast of Burden was about demons and black metal, I dropped everything to read it immediately. And I have no regrets. Beast of Burden is available in …

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Interview With Rachel Stavis, Real-Life Exorcist and Author Of ‘Sister Of Darkness’

If you’re anything like me, you love to ponder the possibility that there’s something out there beyond humanity. Do the religious figures that we’re taught to pray to actually exist? Do dark forces walk the earth unseen, but ever present? According to Rachel Stavis, the only known female and non-denominational exorcist, the …

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‘White Trash and Recycled Nightmares’ By Rebecca Rowland – Book Review

I love anthologies. Each story is like a little burst of flavor that snaps against your tongue before dissipating into your mental ether. And, if for some reason that story is bland and boring like flat soda, there’s always the next one. I was recently asked to check out Rebecca …

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‘Ignore the Dead’ by Jay Sizemore – Book Review

Indie horror author Jay Sizemore released his second novel, Ignore the Dead, in September. His first novel, Apnea, gave me literal nightmares, so I was extremely excited to dig into his latest. I suspect Ignore the Dead is going to be a sleeper hit.  Synopsis: In Clarkson, Kentucky, Richard Chandler …

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