Book Review: Horrid by Katrina Leno

This has everything I want in a horror novel. Creepy mansion, lore told in hushed tones, a disturbed protagonist who eats books in secret. She swallows words, prose, and the paper heals her. It mends the broken pieces of her soul. This book is haunting and disturbing. It’s full of grief and dark secrets. I … Continue reading Book Review: Horrid by Katrina Leno

Book Review: Hide and Seeker by Daka Hermon

"Did you know people go through 396 friendships in a lifetime but only 33 will last?" She smiles. It trembles, but it's there. "You will be one of my 33." I have a lot of cousins. Dozens upon dozens of cousins. And growing up all I did was play outside with these cousins, sunrise to … Continue reading Book Review: Hide and Seeker by Daka Hermon

ARC Review: The Lost Village by Camilla Sten

I exhale - a prayer, an incantation - a welcome: "Silvertjairn." As much as I love horror books I have to say I have an equal affection for found footage horror movies. Yes, when done wrong they can be awful, tedious, and worse yet not scary. However when done well? Chef's kiss This is exactly … Continue reading ARC Review: The Lost Village by Camilla Sten

Book Review: None Shall Sleep by Ellie Marney

“It's a kind of sickness, I think. Or a defect of the soul." Jesus, was this a read. I'm on a real serial killer kick lately. Unemployed and bored at home due to the pandemic I've been rotating Hulu and Netflix more than ever. That means constant rewatches of Bob's Burgers, King of the Hill, … Continue reading Book Review: None Shall Sleep by Ellie Marney

ARC Review: Tokyo Ghoul by Sui Ishida

I started watching Tokyo Ghoul years back after a suggestion from my cousin but once it got too sad for me I stopped. After reading this I regret that decision completely because this manga is breathtaking.Creepy? Check. Gory? Check. Anxiety inducing. I’ve got my paper bag in hand. The slick artwork and the gorgeous prose … Continue reading ARC Review: Tokyo Ghoul by Sui Ishida