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    In The River by Jeremy Robert Johnson Review

    An intensely moving tale of survival and madness along the river’s edge. A father and son fishing lesson become a nightmarish voyage to the sea in this visionary testament to the lengths we will go for those we love. 100% of JRJ’s first month of royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to Portland Homeless Family Solutions to aid them in the difficult work of helping families with children find safety and security during times of struggle. Amazon | Goodreads I received this novella in a recent Nightworms subscription box. You can find out more about this amazing horror box by clicking here. This little book looks…

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    {Review} Scavengers by Nate Southard

    by Nate Southard Published by Sinister Grin Press on 9.21.15 Genres: Dark Fiction, Extreme Horror, Fiction, Horror, Thriller, Zombies Pages: 270 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Millwood was a good place to be when the dead rose. It was small, isolated, and easy to defend. The survivors there forged a community, weathered what came, and began to prosper. But then they ran out of food. Now, Millwood is sending five men to the neighboring town of Rundberg, a place ruled by three thousand living dead, to find enough food to save their community. Five against three thousand? They don't stand a chance. This was a decent zombie survival story.…

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    {Review} Strangers by Michaelbrent Collings

    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.Strangers by Michaelbrent Collings Published by Michaelbrent Collings on 2013 Genres: Horror, Thriller Pages: 374 Format: Audiobook Buy on Amazon Goodreads  You wake up in the morning to discover that you have been sealed into your home. The doors are locked, the windows are barred. THERE'S NO WAY OUT.A madman is playing a deadly game with you and your family. A game with no rules, only consequences. So what do you do? Do you run? Do you hide?OR DO YOU DIE? Things aren’t always…

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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} Alen: Sea of Sorrows by James A Moore

    by James A Moore Published by Titan Books on July 2014 Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi Pages: 313 Format: Paperback Buy on Amazon Goodreads   Though this is the second in a new trilogy of novels set in the Aliens universe, Sea of Sorrows only ties in with Tim Lebbon’s opening novel Alien: Out of the Shadows insofar as it has a common setting. But the action takes place about 300 years after the events of that novel, ensuring there are no repeat characters to follow along for the ride. Instead, we get Decker, who, as the blurb reveals, is a descendent of Ellen Ripley. This means that the Aliens harbour a…