Your turn to suffer is the kind of book some people will hate, and others will love. As a reviewer, I go beyond just the overall story; I look at structure, characters, style and the overall plot. If you enjoy Clive Barker-Neil Gaiman’s styles, you’ll love this book. It’s a horror novel peppered with the weirdness of a Lovecraftian tale — sometimes called weird fiction. The overall story wasn’t my typical go-to genre, however I loved everything else about it.
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Holes in the Veil epitomizes the classic middle book of a series: it expands the world and introduces some new characters and a bit of a mini-narrative while continuing with overall narrative for the main protagonists, as well. That is not to say it is boring or overly trope-y, because it is not. Holes in the Veil takes The Goblets Immortal series to a new level, and I was very happy in the direction of story.
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Good morning, book friends. Today’s Random Things Tours blog post is for Voodoo Heart by John Everson. Read on to find out more about this spine-chilling novel.
Hello, book friends! I am back with another Blog Tour post. Today’s book is The Raven by Jonathan Janz. Highlights are below. Enjoy! This is a wild one…
Today is my turn on the Random Things Blog Tour of Brian Kirk’s We Are Monsters. Thank you to Anne Cater and Flame Tree Press for including me in the tour. We Are Monsters was released on January 16, 2020.