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    {Review} Devil’s Breath by Greg Gifune

    by Greg Gifune Published by Darkfuse on 7.7.2015 Genres: Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Thriller Pages: 190 Buy on Amazon Goodreads In a dying coastal town near Cape Cod, Stanley Falk lives a quiet and unassuming life as a dishwasher. A shell of what and who he once was, Stanley is a man with a dark and violent past who does his best to forget by drinking it all away. But one morning he awakens to find his meager bank account emptied and his memory of the drunken evening prior wiped clean. Vague memories and terrible nightmares of evil gods, distant planets and a hideous room where torture has been…

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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} Nightcrawlers by Tim Curran

    by Tim Curran Pages: 272 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads I was saving all my Curran reads for some unknown day in the future when I was snowed in and unable to leave the house. However, a friend recommended I read it pronto. I did and found it lacking. The characters were ineffectual when it came down to me, the reader, caring about their outcomes. Where were Tim’s normally hated/loved characters you wished would die/live? That alone pulled this read down for me. It was also lacking in the atmospheric department that I normally brag about. Don’t get me wrong, there were moments where I could imagine the darkness,…

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    {Review} Reaping the Dark by Gary McMahon

    by Gary Mcmahon Published by Darkfuse Genres: Horror Pages: 204 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Clarke is the driver, the getaway driver for robberies. The last job goes bad and Clarke has to get Martha, his pregnant girlfriend, out of town as soon as possible. Before his plan can get in motion, Martha is taken and Clarke is left with no choice but to confront his unknown foes and his own inner demons as his forgotten past catches up to him. Darkness is coming. Gary tells a good story, but sometimes I don’t think I “get” his vague horrors. His monsters are not always easily visualized and I have…

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    Reaping The Dark by Gary McMahon

    by Gary Mcmahon Published by Darkfuse on May 20, 2014 Genres: Horror, Thriller Pages: 204 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads A streetwise getaway driver… A drug raid that ends in bloodshed… A violent criminal hell-bent on revenge… A secret order of occultists… And something summoned from the darkest depths of nightmare. Who will survive this long, dark night, and how will it change them? And what kind of horror will be born from the chaos left behind? If the old adage is true and we reap what we sow, then only evil can be unleashed by Reaping the Dark. This was an eArc from Netgalley. Fasten your seatbelt or…