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    Guest Review: Seduced by the Symbiote by Ashley Knott

    Today we have a bit of fun to liven up the place because as much as we love darkness here at HAD, one needs to lighten things up every now and again. And who better than Lilyn from Sci-fi and Scary to give us a dose of sarcasm and humor? Today she shares a little monsterporn. We hope you enjoy her review and if you feel inspired please feel free to submit your own! Synopsis Seduced by the Symbiote is a science fiction horror story of a tentacle alien monster and a fertile female!  Arianny is the captain of a deep space salvage vessel. She’s lonely, down on her luck…

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    {Guest Review by Lilyn G. @ ScifiandScary.com} Seed Me by Konn Lavery

    I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.by Konn Lavery Published by Reveal Books on July 15, 2016 Genres: Horror, Young Adult Pages: 228 Format: Paperback Buy on Amazon Goodreads WARNING: DO NOT CONSUME If you’re reading this, then you did not take the above warning seriously. In that case, you’re probably as stupid as me. I’m Logan, by the way. I didn’t pay attention to any warning signs either. Being an unemployed deadbeat in Edmonton with no family and getting dumped by your girlfriend for her best friend can…

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    {Guest Review by Glen Donaldson } The Russian Sleep Experiment by Holly Ice

    by Holly Ice Published by Almond Press on August 16, 2015 Genres: Horror Pages: 130 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Four political prisoners living in a 1940s Siberian POW camp volunteer to be Subjects in a Soviet Military experiment. They are promised freedom in exchange for completing the exercise. In return they must endure 30 days without sleep, fuelled by Gas 76-IA. The longer the experimentees endure insomnia, the more they deteriorate. Words and pleasantries break down until they turn on each other. Researchers look on, neutral, and take notes for the super soldier applications possible with this new, wonder drug. One researcher, Luka, stands alone in believing the…

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    {Guest Review by Mario Guslandi} The Haunted Tropics: Caribbean Ghost Stories

    by Martin Munro (Editor) on October 6, 2015 Genres: Horror Pages: 228 Buy on Amazon Goodreads "This book brings together some of the region's leading contemporary authors, from the anglophone, francophone and hispanophone Caribbean, as well as the United States and Canada, and constitutes a unique, transcultural anthology in which living authors evoke the dead, the undead and the dying, the ghosts that haunt their experiences and their works as modern writers of the Caribbean"-- ***The content of this review/article does not reflect the official opinion of Horror After Dark or its Team Members. Responsibility for the information and views expressed in this review/article [therein] lies entirely with the author(s)…

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    {Guest Review by Glen Donaldson} The Carpathian Assignment by Chip Wagar

    Format: eBook Buy on Amazon ***The content of this review/article does not reflect the official opinion of Horror After Dark or its Team Members. Responsibility for the information and views expressed in this review/article [therein] lies entirely with the author(s) who submitted the work. HAD~   Dracula has always been top of the food chain as far as vampires go. Irish novelist and short story writer Bram Stoker took six years to write the original novel titled “Dracula” back in the 1890’s. The literary tradition of the vampire had of course been established some seventy-five years before Stoker’s book by John Polidori’s (friend of ‘Frankenstein’ creator Mary Shelly) “The Vampyre”.…