Category: Book Reviews
Anyone who follows my blog knows I am a BIG fan of zombie books. I read a lot of them so it takes something special to stand out from the crowd. And Dead Hunger: The Flex Sheridan Chronicle by Eric A. Shelman is a definite shining star in my collection. I
Get ready for a brutal (and delightfully terrifying!) time when you pick up Seven Slightly Sadistic Stories by Jeremiah Cress. This anthology opens with a heart-stopping story of a girl hiding in an abandoned house from a relentless killer who has already nabbed her friends. My heart was racing; it’s very
Wow! Ok, I am not just excited about the total gem of a book called Geddy’s Moon. I am even more excited because I have found an amazing talent in a brand-new-to-me author named John Mulhall and can’t believe this is his debut novel. Yay! A fabulous new author to read!
The APOCs Virus by Alex Myers is a fast-paced medical thriller/zombie fest that grabbed me from page one. It is a fantastic, completely unique horror-filled trip with characters I will remember for a long time. And all this from a new-to-me author; love it when that happens! The story starts with
From the Edge of Darkness is a dark, terrifying, and utterly fabulous collection of Horror short stories by a super talented and new-to-me author named Kevin Saito. I stumbled on to his book on my website actually as a free promotion and downloaded it. I am so freaking glad I did!
Without, by E.E. Borton in a touching, thought-provoking post-apocalyptic tale. I finished this book several days ago and I am still thinking about the characters I’ve read about in this story. It is a fabulous read! The author has a gift, that’s for sure. He made me feel something for every
This Zombie book is so much fun! Ok, Comfort, Colorado is a creepy, terrifying place and I never, ever want to go there. But I sure do love the way I got to travel through so many rich, seemingly-unrelated stories that all came together in a satisfying, albeit gory, conclusion. An