If nuanced character work calls to you, you don’t shy away from gothic horror with explicit gore, and you want something that keeps you on the edge of your seat with you breath held tight, dear reader, you’ll devour this cleverly woven book.
Review: The Crew (The God Dust Saga #1) by Sadir S. Samir
Kings of the Wyld meets Deadpool in this action-packed fantasy adventure set in an Arab-inspired landscape. Varcade fled to the deserts of Harrah to escape his past as an Educator, a member of an order of zealot warrior-monks that aims to shape the world according to their sacred Teachings by force. Varcade makes his living […]
Review: The Pain Eater by Kyle Muntz
The Pain Eater is an entirely unique novel about family dynamics, pain, and mysterious creatures that feed on that pain.
Review: Tender Is The Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica
Be prepared to be very uncomfortable for 200 plus pages, and maybe think about switching to a vegan diet whilst you’re at it.
Review: Equinox by David Towsey
Towsey has created a deeply atmospheric and captivating book that brought together the aging inspector Adamat from McClellan’s Powdermage trilogy, the ambience and eerie feel of the tv series The Alienist, as well as that near constant sense of the uncanny present throughout Neil Gaiman’s the Sandman comics. Talk about a right mix huh?
Book Tour Review: Hold My Place by Cassondra Windwalker
Cassondra Windwalker’s poetic roots are on display here as she weaves layers of meaning into her writing, immersing the reader within a maddening tale of death defying obsession.
Review: Sundial by Catriona Ward
Synopsis “A story where nothing is what it seems—a thrilling hall of mirrors full of deeply disturbing twists. This book will haunt you.” —Alex Michaelides, #1 New York Times bestselling author Sundial is a new, twisty psychological horror novel from Catriona Ward, internationally bestselling author of The Last House on Needless Street. You can’t escape what’s in your blood… All […]
Review: The Last House on The Needless Street by Catriona Ward
I’ll conclude by saying that I really relished this book for what it was, and if you’re seeking a thriller wrapped in a mystery with a slight dash of supernatural, you’ll find a home in The Last House on Needless Street.
Review (Physical and Audio): The Seven Visitations of Sydney Burgess by Andy Marino
Wow. What a novel. The Seven Visitations of Sydney Burgess is quite unlike anything I’ve ever read.This isn’t a neat little book that will fit itself into your brain with ease; this is a story that will make you uncomfortable, disgusted, sympathetic, and horrified. The pieces of The Seven Visitations of Sydney Burgess come together with jagged edges that are sharp enough to cut.
Review: The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward
I am so happy to review my second book of spooky season! I want to read more horror/thriller this year, and The Last House on Needless Street is a super creepy book that really hits those Fall vibes right on the head.
Author Chat: Interview with Gavin Gardiner, Writer of the Murderous and Macabre
lcome! This is my first interview for FanFiAddict, and it is long overdue. Gavin has been ever-so-patient with me in the release of this chat. So many things came up in between recording and editing the audio file, and unfortunately, our talk fell on the backburner. However, I am more than happy with how it turned out and I am so excited to introduce Gavin to our readers in a more personal manner…
Review: For Rye by Gavin Gardiner
Rating: 10/10 Synopsis Renata Wakefield, a traumatised novelist on the brink of suicide, is drawn back to her childhood hometown following her mother’s ritualistic murder. Before long, she becomes ensnared in the mysteries of Millbury Peak as one question lies heavy: who killed Sylvia Wakefield? As the answer draws nearer, as madness continues to envelop […]