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    {Review} You Don’t Belong Here by Tim Major

    by Tim Major Published by Snowbooks LTD on 9.1.16 Genres: Crime, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction Pages: 320 Format: ARC Buy on Amazon Daniel Faint is on the run with a stolen time machine. As the house-sitter of a remote Cumbrian mansion, he hopes to hide and experiment with the machine. But is the Manor being watched by locals, his twin brother or even himself? Daniel is terrified about what the future may hold but, as he discovers, there can be no going back You Don’t Belong Here is a story that is very difficult to categorize. It’s a time travel/mystery/psychological mind game. How’s that? The premise is…

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    {Review} Blighters (Invaders From Beyond!) by Tim Major

    by Tim Major Published by Abaddon on 7.9.16 Genres: Creature Feature, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Psychological Horror, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction Pages: 90 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Them Blighters are everywhere. They fell out of the sky last year, great horrible armour-plated slugs with razor-sharp fangs. But ugly as they are, they give the ultimate high to anyone nearby: a blissful, gleeful contentment that people are willing to kill for. Not Becky Stone, though. All she wants is to drink beer, listen to her dad’s old vinyl, and get her life back to how it was before everything was all messed up. Blighters? Frankly, she could do without…

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    {Review} Carus & Mitch by Tim Major

    by Tim Major Published by Omnium Gatherum on 2/23/15 Genres: Dark Fiction, Fiction, Mystery Pages: 60 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads Carus is only fifteen but since their mum disappeared, looking after her little sister Mitch is her job. There’s nobody else. Not in their house and not outside, either. There’s something out there, scratching and scraping at the windows. The barricades will hold. They have to. I nabbed this from the Horror After Dark review list because I like what’s going on at Omnium Gatherum. I’ve read a few books from them now and a couple of them have knocked my socks off. I include this novella in that category.…