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    {Review} Lesser Creatures by Peter Giglio

    Published by Darkfuse on November 30, 2013 Genres: Horror Pages: 208 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Lesser Creatures is a story of loss, love, and the undead. The undead in this read are called “second-lifers” who are not the ravenous, flesh-eating bodies with teeth we have come to know and shoot in the head. These SL’s are a drain on the community and are a stain that can’t be washed away for some who feel like there’s no one home in these bodies and to treat them like humans is a unnecessary strain on society. Not everyone feel this way though. Although I found the idea of second-lifers appealing…

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    {Review} Suffer the Flesh by Monica J. O’Rourke

    Published by Biting Dog Publications on December 30, 2014 Genres: Extreme Horror Pages: 144 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Let’s be real. This was a book filled with rape. Rape-ity, Rape, Raper-age. The reason for the rape was supposedly for scientific purposes, but was really for folks who had enough money to pay for women to be kidnapped in order for them to be beat, raped, and tortured to their heart’s desire. I kept thinking there was more to this read, but alas, it was not. It is what the title suggests. The plot was thinner than the cheapest tissue and even I, Nikki who loves the dark stuff, felt…

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    {Review} Squeal by Enoch St. John

    by Enoch St John Published by Poison Arrow Publishing on June 18th 2014 Genres: Horror, Thriller Pages: 265 Format: ARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads The following is based on a free copy of the novel provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Picking up a novel by a first time published author is always a bit of a raffle. Sometimes you wind up disappointed by what you’ve won; other times you walk away pleasantly surprised with your bounty. And then there are those times when it’s a bit of a mixed bag. Squeal starts very promisingly. St. John wastes no time in introducing the reader to the…

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    {Review} Crash by Sean Platt and David Wright

    on June 26, 2014 Genres: Dark Fiction Pages: 173 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads This read wasn’t the “horror” read I thought it was going to be although what was contained in these pages would be considered horrific for anyone who has gone through such a thing. I can’t fathom what the loss of a child would do to me mentally. This story is about Thomas and his wife who have lost a child. Each are coping or not coping with the loss in their own way. Thomas listens to the radio and shows up at car crash scenes hoping it will help him remember what his mind has blocked…

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    {Review} Abra-Cadaver by Matt Drabble

    by Matt Drabble Published by Eden Publications on August 3rd, 2013. Genres: Crime/Serial Killer, Horror Pages: 342 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Fans of ’80s slasher horror rejoice! With Abra-Cadaver, Matt Drabble has constructed a throwback to that golden age of horror that includes his own unique serial killer: a revengeful magician released from a mental asylum more than two decades after his incarceration. His targets? Every person in the small town who had a hand in his sentencing, and the now grown-up group of kids who were witness to his shocking crime all those years ago. But are they really to blame for the crime that put Arnold…