This is the first work I read from KT Rose and I’m greatly surprised. She takes basic elements such as blind dates with a psychopath, and combines it with de danger of the dark side of the internet, the […]
Well, wow. I think this is the review that, so far, has taken me the longest to write. There are so many things to say about this book. I’ll start making clear that I had never heard of TY Tracey until I […]
For the extreme horror readers sometimes it’s difficult to find really good material. I am, myself, an avid reader and a very few times I find something that truly provokes an impact on me. Since a few weeks […]
“Clock’s Watch” is a very interesting horror collection. The idea of a guardian between two worlds, human and evil, perhaps has been used before, but not in this way. Our protagonist is one and only.
This novel is a complex lattice with sub-stories traversed between them, creating a magnificent performance worth becoming a movie. Or two, I must say, because here we have material for weeks.
Let’s start from […]
Williams has written a book which will keep your hands full for several hours, I read it in one go.
There is something very interesting about this story, and it’s how the author introduces to the reader all […]
“Desert Shadows” is a young-adult horror book.
Two boys explore their lives and surroundings in a way we all would have wanted to: creating stories in your mind, adventure, a treasure hunt! Slowly though, they […]
Allow me to talk a bit about my thoughts on Howard Carlyle. This book is not the first work I read by him since I follow his blogs “The Meyerstown Secret” and “Gloriously Gory”. He is an emerging author, with an […]
This collection is a ‘combo’ of different terrors you can enjoy: psychopaths, apocalypse, gore and paranormal. It makes me think of the tales you hear when you’re a little kid, which terrify your nights and steal […]
Holton knows how to confuse your mind. He plays with a background of sadness that makes you lose perspective of what is right and what is wrong. A witness who, after all, hasn’t chosen its fate can only observe. […]
This book is certainly the sequel of “Affinity’s Window” and for starters, I’ll say that if you thought it couldn’t get better, well, it does.The first page already made me clench my teeth (obviously I won’t […]