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    {Review} Ursa Major by John Little

    by John Little Published by Cemetery Dance Publications I enjoyed this short horrific tale, as I’ve enjoyed everything written by Mr. Little. I found it hard to put down, though a little reminiscent of Cujo. This story doesn’t shy away from what we would call the ugliness of nature; but what nature would call plain old daily life. Recommended to fans of horror and creature features!

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    {Review} Exponential by Adam Cesare

    by Adam Cesare Published by Samhain Publishing on 2nd December 2014 Pages: 195 pages Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads A name that I’ve come across on numerous occasions at the harder core end of the horror continuum is Adam Cesare, and as such, I’ve long been looking to read something from his word processor. Not surprisingly then I jumped at the chance to do a pre-release review of his new short novel from Samhain Publishing. Exponential opens with a simple man engaging in an act of kindness when he saves a rat from a lab where it is being experimented on, hoping to make a friend and save the…

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    {Review} Ghosts of Eden by Keith Deininger

    by Keith Deininger Published by Darkfuse on NOv 4th 2014 Genres: Dark Fantasy, Horror Pages: 185 pages Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads Not an easy short novel to rate and review, Keith Deininger’s latest DarkFuse publication is less of a horror and more of a dark fantasy which again showcases his considerable imagination. The plot – essentially involving two young people brought to the middle of nowhere (when their families are killed or disown them) for reasons that become increasingly sinister – is anything but straight forward. Deininger teases the reader with a weird and wonderful prologue that sets the tone for the novel, then follows it up with…

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    {Review}-Suspended in Dusk-Edited by Simon Dewar

    by Simon Dewar Published by Books of the Dead Genres: Bizarro, Dark Fantasy, Dark Fiction, Dystopian, Extreme Horror, Fiction, Horror, Sci-Fi, Supernatural (Just before posting this review, I discovered that this book is currently free until Halloween! If this book looks good to you, click here¬†.¬†Promo coupon: DA68M ) When I saw this come up for review, I grabbed it. I’ve always had a fondness for anthologies and this one did not disappoint. The theme of this collection is dusk. “…dusk is the time between the light and the dark. A time between times.” These tales are loosely connected by that thread. There’s a nice introduction by Jack Ketchum and…