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    Paul’s Top 10 Horror Reads of 2014

    by Adam Cesare, Adam Light, Bracken McLeod, Brett J Talley, Craig DiLouie, Daryl Gregory, Edward Lorn, Evans Light, Gregor Xane, Jason Parent, Jonathan Janz, Justin Cronin, Tim Curran, Tim Waggoner With the end of 2014 only a matter of hours away, it’s a very appropriate time to look back over the titles I perused through the last 364-odd days and pick from them the ten very best. Novels, novellas, graphic novels or collections that really did grab me, or better yet, managed to knock a sock off or two. In essence, I’ll be counting them down from ten to one, saving the very best for last, with the only requirement…

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    {Review} The Last Mile by Tim Waggoner

    by Tim Waggoner Published by Darkfuse on Oct 21st 2014 Genres: Apocalyptic, Extreme Horror, Horror Pages: 140 pages Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads   A unique and compelling vision of a post-apocalyptic world, Tim Waggoner’s The Last Mile pits thrall-bound Dan versus sacrifice-to-be Alice. The former does what he has to do to keep his family alive; the latter just wants to survive and will do whatever it takes to stay that way. The Last Mile clearly comes from a rich (and deeply troubled) mind. The hints toward the world that exists beyond the limited view of its two principal characters are more than interesting – with the concept…

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    {Review} Night Terrors by Tim Waggoner

    by Tim Waggoner Published by Angry Robot on May 27, 2014 Genres: Dark Fantasy Pages: 352 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads The story was gripping at first and the creativity of what Mr. Waggoner displayed on the page by the world-building, weapons, and characters, both human and created, was a real fantastical treat.The story seemed to fizzle out for me as some reads do when new weapons, worlds, and other things need to be introduced and explained. I have to say that it was overdone in this particular book and it did take away from the pacing of the story.With the main character, Audra, being human and fighting with…