{Book Review} Shadows Over Main Street: An Anthology of Small-Town Lovecraftian Terror by Doug Murano

This is an anthology of Lovecraftian fiction set on the streets of every small town you've ever driven through. Cosmic horror attacks the peace and tranquility of small towns. In the little sleepy towns where people still move at a leisurely pace. Shadows Over Main Street gives you reasons to run away from those small … Continue reading {Book Review} Shadows Over Main Street: An Anthology of Small-Town Lovecraftian Terror by Doug Murano

{Book Review} Rage by Stephen King (Richard Bachman)

Rage was written by Stephen King under a pseudonym, Richard Bachman. This novella is no longer in print due to all of the school shootings that have occurred over the years (Stephen king pulled the book from the shelves). A disturbed high-school student named Charlie Decker with authority problems kills one of his teachers and … Continue reading {Book Review} Rage by Stephen King (Richard Bachman)

{Book Review} Riding the Bullet by Stephen King

Riding the Bullet was written by Stephen King. It was eventually turned into a film by Mick Garris. Riding the Bullet is a horror novella about the dangers of hitchhiking. A young male college student hitchhikes to see his mother who is in the hospital after suffering a stroke. It's a story about an impossible … Continue reading {Book Review} Riding the Bullet by Stephen King

{Book Review} Final Girls by Riley Sager

I would like to thank Riley Sager, NetGalley, and PENGUIN GROUP Dutton for the Advanced Reader's Copy! Final Girls by Riley Sager is about three girls, Quincy, Sam, and Lisa, sole survivors of three separate murderous killing sprees, but linked by their trauma. Lisa dies mysteriously and Sam suddenly turns up on Quincy's doorstep. A … Continue reading {Book Review} Final Girls by Riley Sager

{Book Review} Penric and the Shaman by Lois McMaster Bujold

I would like to thank Subterranean Press, Lois McMaster Bujold, and NetGalley for the advanced reader copy of Penric and the Shaman. Lord Penric, the protagonist, is on his way to his own wedding when he stumbles upon a halted party on the road. A geriatric woman had fallen ill, so Penric decides to lend … Continue reading {Book Review} Penric and the Shaman by Lois McMaster Bujold

{Book Review} Words with Friends by Matt Schiariti

This is a short story about a social media game called Words with Friends. The story is about Morgan, a man who is addicted to Words with Friends. He gets an anonymous invite from "Seashell" to play, so he accepts. The game quickly turns sinister and accusatory with each new post. Morgan realizes that someone … Continue reading {Book Review} Words with Friends by Matt Schiariti