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    {Review} Shadow Animals by Keith Deininger

    by Keith Deininger Published by Meridian Codex Books on 6.22.14 Genres: Dark Fantasy Pages: 84 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Saul, who has lived his entire life on the edge of the Copperton Forest—known for its strange and unusual wildlife—knows little about what stalks him. He knows only that it is dark, and powerful, and unnamable—and that it has stolen his nine-year-old son, Ezzy, from him. Now he must travel into those ethereal woods, further upriver than he’s ever gone, into a wondrous, yet surreal and nightmarish world unlike anything he’s ever known, to recover his son from the shadows, if he can survive the journey… Shadow Animals is…

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    {Review} Worlds of Hurt by Brian Hodge

    by Brian Hodge Published by Darkfuse on 5/28/14 Genres: Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Supernatural, Thriller Pages: 245 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads They are the Misbegotten — once mortal men and women, from different times and different lands, who have all run afoul of a monstrous deity that remade them into undying predators. They are the creatures of our world’s darkest folklore, who hunger for flesh and blood…but who hunger for revenge most of all. Wow! I don’t know what other word would best describe how I felt upon finishing this collection from Brian Hodge. I’ve read a few of his books in the past and have always been…

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    {Review} Surviving the Crash by Patrick Rutigliano

    by Patrick Rutigliano Published by Retro Rocket Press on June 10th, 2014 Genres: Apocalyptic, Horror, Urban Fantasy Pages: 284 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Everything you need to know about Patrick Rutigliano’s new book, Surviving the Crash, is contained within its succinct blurb. Soon after the stock market crash of 1929, indescribable horrors emerged from the darkness of night to begin devouring man, and it’s up to a group of well organised gangsters to beat back the night and carve out a niche for what remains of humanity within the limits of New York City. In essence, if the preceding paragraph grabs you, then do yourself a favour and…

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    {Review} Cruelty: Episode Two (Cruelty #2) by Edward Lorn

    I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.by Edward Lorn Published by Edward Lorn on January 15, 2014 Genres: Horror Pages: 48 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads I’m gonna keep it short and simple. In Episode 2 the police are chatting Will up and trying to get to the bottom of the things that happened in the first episode. Although this one wasn’t as fast-paced and strong as the first; the characters are realistically relevant. I’ve already thrown out there that Cruelty doesn’t strike fear in my heart, but…

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    {Review} The Sentinel (A Jane Harper Horror Novel) by Jeremy Bishop

    Published by 47North on July 9, 2013 Genres: Horror, Supernatural Pages: 278 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads I had fun with this one due to the main character, Jane, whose wit and skill left nothing to be desired. She was strong, but not overly so. Super-witty with some movie/tv/people references that tickled my funny bone. There was action. Plenty of it to be exact. Lots of players lost their lives. The author did not make it easy on anyone. This is just one of those reads that you come across and enjoy your time with it, giving you a renewed zest to pick up more books. A fun-filled, blood-soaked…