Book Review: Collective Darkness

Title: Collective Darkness: A Horror Anthology Authors: K.R. Patterson, Brandon Prows, Edward Suggs, Becca Rose, B.Todd Orgill, Austin Slade Perry, Chris Jorgensen, Elizabeth Suggs, Jonathan Reddoch, Jen Ellwyn, Samuel Smith, Alex Child Link: https://www.amazon.com/Collective-Darkness-Anthology-Elizabeth-Suggs-ebook/dp/B08HCMMGPC Summary  As a child, did you hide under your blankets when you were scared of the dark?After reading some of theContinue reading “Book Review: Collective Darkness”

Book Review: For a Chance

Title: For a Chance (A Cursed Watches Short Story 1.5) Author: Andreea Pryde Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0855G5DW1 Summary When I hold her, she blushes.When I kiss her, she melts into my arms.When I touch her, she answers with the same fire, just for moments later to run away.She tells me she’s busy, but I know it’s moreContinue reading “Book Review: For a Chance”

Book Review: Darkness in the Light

Title: Darkness in the Light Author: Ran Yunger Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07W86F8ML/ Summary From the creator of “Dreams of a Mentally Ill” comes a new set of horror stories and nightmares. If you thought the previous book was shocking, you haven’t seen anything yet! So sit calmly, turn off the lights and dive deeper into the darkness.Continue reading “Book Review: Darkness in the Light”

Book Review: Dreams of a Mentally Ill

Title: Dreams of a Mentally Ill Author: Ran Yunger Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07HWQWRXS/ Summary Terrifying and sickly stories for courageous readers. “Dreams of a mentally ill” is as its name applies – a book that invites you to cross every line and dive into the repressed darkness that is hidden in the soul. If you are lookingContinue reading “Book Review: Dreams of a Mentally Ill”

Book Review: Escapist Dream

Title: Escapist Dream Author: Louis Bulaong Link: https://www.amazon.com/Escapist-Dream-Louis-Bulaong-ebook/dp/B08DP513XQ/ Summary In a not too distant future where virtual reality has become the norm, lies a world known as the Escapist Dream, where all kinds of geeks can live a life of superpowered adventures. It is a place where comic book nerds can become superheroes, anime otakusContinue reading “Book Review: Escapist Dream”

Book Review: Jesus and Magdalene

Title: Jesus and Magdalene Author: João Cerqueira Link: https://www.amazon.com/Jesus-Magdalene-Jo-C3-A3o-Cerqueira-ebook-dp-B074WLPB84/dp/B074WLPB84/ Summary Jesus returns to earth and meets activist Magdalene who is fighting for a better world.He finds an extremist ecological group, which is plotting to destroy a maize plantation it believes to be genetical modified. Then, he observes the rise up against a tourist development thatContinue reading “Book Review: Jesus and Magdalene”

Book Review: If I Die Before I Wake: Tales of Deadly Women and Retribution

Title: If I Die Before I Wake: Tales of Deadly Women and Retribution (Better off Dead Series #3) Authors: Steven Pajak, Cara Fox, Chris Contreras Bahnsen, Scotty Milder, J.H. Moncrieff, Scott Harper, Bridgett Nelson, Spencer Richard, Mark Young, Claire Brown, Nikkolas James, Lee Rozelle, Natalie Sierra, R.E. Sargent, Red Lagoe and Renee M.P.T. Kray. Link:Continue reading “Book Review: If I Die Before I Wake: Tales of Deadly Women and Retribution”

Book Review: Carnival of Dead Girls

Title: Carnival of Dead Girls (Flocksdale Files #3) Author: Carissa Ann Lynch Narrator: Samantha Desz Link: https://www.audible.com/pd/Carnival-of-Dead-Girls-Audiobook/1705241980 Summary When a traveling carnival stops in the sleepy countryside, sixteen-year-old Josie Crowley is psyched to go with her new friend, Freya. But what started out as a fun-filled night of games, candied apples, and ferris wheel ridesContinue reading “Book Review: Carnival of Dead Girls”

Book Review: House of the Lost Girls

Title: House of the Lost Girls (Flocksdale Files #2) Author: Carissa Ann Lynch Narrator: Samantha Desz Link: https://www.audible.com/pd/House-of-the-Lost-Girls-Audiobook/1705241964 Summary Flocksdale has an evil, ugly past-and history has a way of repeating itself . . . Not only did her father abandon her five years ago, now Seventeen-year-old Marianna Bertagnoli is being uprooted and forced toContinue reading “Book Review: House of the Lost Girls”