Tag Archives: novella

Book Review: DARK WAVES by Simon Kearns

Double novels aren’t something you see very often, although they do seem to be most popular with science fiction publishers. On occasion, you’ll see one pop up. Or, in my case, have one delivered to your mailbox for review. Such is the case with Dark Waves by Simon Kearns and …

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Book Review: CRADLE OF THE DEAD by Roger Jackson

Double novels aren’t something you see very often, although they do seem to be most popular with science fiction publishers. On occasion, you’ll see one pop up. Or, in my case, have one delivered to your mailbox for review. Such is the case with Cradle of the Dead by Roger …

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‘Blanky’ by Kealan Patrick Burke – Book Review

Horror is subjective. Different people are afraid of different things. But one thing that nearly all people are afraid of is death. While one’s own death can be a fearful prospect, the death of a loved one – especially an innocent baby – is the utmost in soul-wringing terror. In …

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‘Hell Cat of the Holt’ by Mark Cassell – Book Review

Hell Cat of the Holt is the third story in Mark Cassell’s Shadow Fabric series. Although not a full novel, this novella expands upon the multi-dimensional lore the author began in his first two books in the trilogy, 2014’s The Shadow Fabric and 2017’s The Shadow Fabric Mythos: Vol. 1. Readers …

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