Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Sick House


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Four "Twisted" Stars


You know it is probably always a good idea to check out the history of a house before you rent it because once you are in there then your are basically screwed when the haunting begins! 

That is what happened in this story as the family rents a house - ghosts appear - haunting begins then the crap hits the fan and there is no escape! 

I read this book back in September of 2019 and this book was so good that I read it in two days! Could not put this book down and stayed up late into the early hours of the morning reading it! This was my first book by author, Jeff Strand, but it won't be my last as I have a few more on my kindle waiting to be read! 

For my full review of the book, Sick House, by author Jeff Strand, please see my review from Goodreads:

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2263383974

Attached is the author, Jeff Strand, profile page from Goodreads:

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/207708.Jeff_Strand


Attached is the author, Jeff Strand, profile page from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Jeff-Strand/e/B001K8D3F0

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

The Method


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Five "Twisted" Stars



Wow! Duncan Ralston knows how to grab the reader and skillfully picks them up slamming them into the story! After reading a few of his books already I knew when I picked up The Method I was going to be in for a real treat as the blurb of the book was intriguing enough for me to jump over to Amazon and grab the book! I can tell you this right now - I was not disappointed one bit! 

I read the book within four to five days, but the last half of the book which was around the 60% mark was read within 24 to 36 hours as it went from pulse pounding heartbeat to hyperventilating heartbeat as my fingers raced across my kindle pages! 

I know for a fact that I didn't sleep much with the last half of the book as there is no sleep when reading a "Duncan" book so you better get plenty of rest before reading any of his books! I kid you not! Oh....still not convinced? Well then go grab this book and you will find out for yourself! 


For my full review of the book, The Method, by author, Duncan Ralston, please see my review from Goodreads:

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2087383435

Attached is the author, Duncan Ralston, profile page from Goodreads:

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7509031.Duncan_Ralston

Attached is the author, Duncan Ralston, profile page from Amazon:





Note: So there is no confusion - the book cover on here is the new cover - the one on Goodreads is the old cover - both covers do give off the "creepy" vibe though! :)

Sunday, June 28, 2020

Blood and Rain


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Five "Ripping" Stars


Wow! This book really rocked and I was just blown away by the action packed creature horror that took place in the first chapter!  The storyline just grabbed me right away and I was drawn into the story quickly as the story just took off from the first chapter onward! 

There is lots of graphic detail within these pages and plenty of blood with gore thrown in for good measure! This book was a debut novel too for the author and what an awesome story it is for it being a "debut" novel!  

Since then the author has wrote some other amazing books as well which I have had the pleasure of reading, but this book just totally "rocked my world" and I would definitely reread it in the future! This is a must read for not only all horror fans but werewolf fans as well! If you love werewolves then this is the book for you as you will literally fall in love with this classic action packed story!  


For my full review of the book, Blood and Rain, by author, Glenn Rolfe, please see my review from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Glenn Rolfe, profile page from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Glenn Rolfe, profile page from Amazon:

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Thresher: A Deep Sea Thriller


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Five "Feeding Frenzy" Stars!


When I first read this book back in 2018 I wasn't sure what to expect as for one it was a new author to me and second it was a story about sharks. Of course the only thing that came to mind was Jaws and I was thinking this book might be something like that book. Well it was sort of but ten times worse as there seemed to be more "creature horror" action and more bodies than you can shake a stick at within these pages! 

The first chapter grabbed me and just sent me spinning into the ocean as I felt that I had been swept away by an undertow heading straight toward the shark itself! The author, Michael Cole, just has a way of hooking you right from the start and leaving you dangling on the fishing line while the snapping jaws of the shark is right below you! 

This book was one of the best shark books I have read in a very long time and I loved it so much that I just could not lay this book down! I think I read it in like three or four days - maybe less as I could not get enough of the storyline. I became attached to the characters too which all were very believable and I could feel everything that they were enduring in the book.


I highly recommend this book to any shark horror lovers! 


For my full review of the book Thresher: A Deep Sea Thriller, please see my review from Goodreads:

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2471790995


Attached is the author, Michael Cole, profile page from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Michael Cole, profile page from Amazon:








Tuesday, June 23, 2020

The Siren and The Specter


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Five "Spooky" Stars

I just love hauntings and spooky books especially ones that weave ghostly tendrils of creepy atmosphere around the reader! The cover alone just makes you want to run the other way, but then it makes you pause as you wonder what does lie ahead. What haunting realm awaits me as I am about ready to read the book? Do I want to venture into the story to see what awaits me around the corner?  

This was my second book by author, Jonathan Janz and I read it back in 2018. I was just trapped within the pages of the book as there are really two hauntings that take place within the setting of the book, so I could literally not put the book down and once I hit the halfway point of the book, the story picked up speed which sent me barreling down the tracks as I didn't want to stop reading! 

For my full review of the book, The Siren and The Specter, by author, Jonathan Janz, please see my review from Goodreads:



Attached is the author, Jonathan Janz, profile page from Goodreads:



Attached is the author, Jonathan Janz, profile page from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Jonathan-Janz/e/B008IIP7J0


Sunday, June 21, 2020

Book Recommendations

Thoughts this week are about "Book Recommendations". 


Why do people recommend books to you that do not fit your genres?  This I truly do not get at all! I have tons of books on my Goodreads bookshelves that are actually labeled by genre and author, yet I still will get book recommendations from friends of books that I do not even read and wouldn't even attempt to read. This is truly baffling to me and it is a mystery because I really cannot figure it out. I have been on Goodreads nine years and I still haven't figured it out yet! LOL :)  Maybe one of you that reads this blog will be able to enlighten me. :) 

Here are some of the examples of books that have been recommended to me and my thoughts on them:

Cook books - Though I like to cook/bake, I do not read cook books - I have no bookshelves whatsoever on Goodreads that are labeled "cook books". Now I was recommended not only one cook book (by the same friend), but four cook books within a week. Really?! The person just kept sending me cook book recs - I ended up having to send a message to them though to tell them to stop recommending me cook books and to go be-bop over to my GR shelves to see what I "really" read! Needless to say the cook book friend stopped sending me recs of cook books. 

Butterflies - This was actually just recently too and though I think butterflies are cool and all, I will not read about them. I have no nature books on my bookshelves. I do love nature, but I do not really read books about them. If I want to know anything I normally just get on the internet to look it up. 

Romance and Erotica Romance - I have no romance on any bookshelves. The friends that have recommended them to me are habitual and what I mean by that is the same friends will rec these kind of books to me all the time. I end up just hitting the "ignore" button now instead of reaching out with a message, but still I get these recs once in awhile.

History and Historical Settings - As much as I do like history, etc., I do not have anything of that genre on my bookshelves. I normally will just look it up on the internet with whatever I am interested in, but as far as reading actual books about it - no. 

So there are some examples and what is really interesting about all that is when you are on Goodreads, everything you do on there is public and all your friends see what you read, review, discuss, etc. which brings me back to the same question: Why do your friends want to rec you books that are not within your genre? Surely they see what you are reading and reviewing.

I know what some of you are going to say as I already see the "wheels turning" (lol) - that maybe the "friends" think you might want to try something "new". Well believe me when I say, I do not want to try anything "new". LOL :)  I love the genres I read and I am happy with them. 

I read a broad scope of genres too and in case anyone wants to know what those genres are then here is a list:

Horror: Everything

Science Fiction - anything with action

Fantasy: Sword and Sorcery mainly

Urban Fantasy: Anything that is loaded with action!

Crime Fiction: Serial killers/police/detective

True Crime: Everything

True Paranormal: Everything

So that is my thoughts on recommendations and if any of you are on Goodreads then now you know what kind of recs to send my way! :) 

Have a great week and Happy Reading! :)

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Daylight's Deadly Kiss


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Five "Adventurous" Stars


The second book in the Blood Riders series just carried me away into the Gothic realm of the author, Jay Raven's mind. The first book in the series made my top reads of 2019 and this second book looks like it will be one of my top reads of 2020! I just love this series! 

The author is able to capture the Gothic theme and feel of the story and he is able to just transport you back to the days of old! The story revolves around vampires and vampire hunters within the Gothic setting which gives the story that "ancient" feeling as you settle down to read this series. I became so involved in the storyline that everything else around me just faded away and I was left with being trapped within the story! 

The series is still a work in progress and it seems there are quite a few more books to be written! I will definitely be grabbing each one as it is released to continue on with this series. :)

For my full review of the book, Daylight's Deadly Kiss by author, Jay Raven, please see my review from Goodreads.

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3219690149

Attached is the author, Jay Raven's profile page from Goodreads:

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3153810.Jay_Raven


Attached is the author, Jay Raven's profile page from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Jay-Raven/e/B003HCIAIM


Thursday, June 18, 2020

Devil's Bait


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Five "Spooky" Stars

Wow! This was a spectacular haunting read! When I read this book back in 2018, I was very impressed by author, Debbie Boek's writing style and how she was able to grab me from the first chapter! This was a "bite your nail" tension story with doses of suspense throughout the book. Very haunting and creepy as the atmosphere of the book just surrounded me the more I delved into the storyline. 

I do remember having bad dreams with this book but it doesn't deter me from wanting to do a reread of it which I am going to need to do considering this is a series and there are some more books to be read. Thankfully enough I grabbed them all and have them waiting on my kindle to be read. 

I consider this to be one of my top reads of 2018 as there is nothing like a great ghost story to haunt your dreams! 

For my full review of Devil's Bait by author, Debbie Boek, please see my review from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Debbie Boek's profile page from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Debbie Boek's profile page from Amazon:


Tuesday, June 16, 2020

The Montauk Monster


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Five "Bloody" Stars


WOW!! I am never disappointed with a book by author, Hunter Shea and this story just grabbed me right away! When I first saw the cover I knew this story was going to be really good! I read this book in August of 2019 and what an horror ride it was as I journeyed into the ocean depths of this story! 

I had to go check out my reading stats from this book and yeah, by the first chapter there was already a "bloody mess" taking shape within the pages.

This is from my general status update last year at 17% into the story: "Action right away in the first chapter with gore flying and it hasn't let up!"

The more involved I became with the story the more I was flying through the pages at break neck speed and when I made it up to 36% into the book I had put up another status update: "Gore galore within these pages! Rip roaring fun!"

There is always "rip roaring fun" when reading a Hunter Shea novel as his writing style is impeccable and will grab a hold of you the minute you sit down to read one of his stories! 

One more update to "whet your appetite" is this one at 83%: "Corpses galore! Blood and gore! I thought it would slow down, but if anything the closer I get to the end of the book, the more bodies are piling up!"

So with all that being said, what are you all waiting for?! Go grab a copy of this book and enter the mind of Hunter Shea! 


For my full review of The Montauk Monster by author, Hunter Shea, please see my review from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Hunter Shea profile page from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Hunter Shea profile page from Amazon:











Monday, June 15, 2020

Fiction Books Are "Fiction".

My thoughts this week are: Fiction books

I don't even know where to begin on this blog as I have been thinking about it for awhile. I kind of have a pet peeve (well who doesn't - lol) and it concerns readers that truly do not understand the meaning of the word "fiction".  Being over on Goodreads has taught me some things about how readers react to authors books and what is actually inside the stories themselves. 

If an author has written a fiction story it never ceases to amaze me that readers seem to question the author about things in the story that should be real or they wonder if the author did their research on the reality of what has been written in the story. 

Listen folks, when did fiction become non-fiction? Has the world changed that much where fiction stories and the content of the stories themselves have become reality? 

The imagination of authors are amazing and if they want to write about things that exist, but they want to add a twist to it then they should be able to do that without some reader wanting to know if that "thing" really does exist or where can they find out if it exists or not. Seriously?! Really?!  

For example if an author writes about a laser gun that talks then I would not expect a reader to be questioning if such a thing exists, but I have literally seen readers asking questions of authors about things that are in the stories and wanting to know if the authors did their homework before inserting those type of things. 

In my opinion, fiction should stay fiction. Leave the authors alone is my motto and if they want to create something let them create it! If they want to add an interesting twist to something that is real then let them add it! That is what makes authors stand apart from everyone else! They have creativity and imagination! Just leave them alone and let them create whatever they want to create! 

Books have been around forever and the authors from days of old didn't have people questioning what was real in their stories as back in the "good ole days" no one cared if things were real or not. People just accepted that the books were fiction and the stories inside were totally out of the authors imagination. 

Where in the world would we all be without authors and the stories they tell?! When I sit down to read a book, I just want to be transported to the author's imagination and not worry about if the things in the books are real or not. Who cares! Just enjoy the stories and let your own imagination be carted away into the realm of the author's mind! 

Did that sound like a rant?  Well maybe so as that has been "brewing" in the back of mind for a long, long time. I just hope I get my point across to the readers of this world as the next time you question if something is real in a book make sure you are reading a "fiction" novel and not a "non-fiction" novel. It does help to know the difference between the two. 

Oh and if you need just a little more insight into the word "fiction" then let your fingers do the walking over to the dictionary and let it enlighten you. :)

So those are my thoughts this week! Oh and sorry for the rant! :)

Happy reading!

Authors I Have Discovered - Part III

My third list of 10 favorite authors that I have discovered in the last four years in no particular order as as follows:


Jonathan Janz
(Horror/Suspense/Thriller)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4389526.Jonathan_Janz

When I first started checking out horror authors I had been seeing this book quite a bit come across my feeds over on Goodreads: Children of the Dark. So I decided to check it out myself and "wow" I was not disappointed! I flew through the book and I loved it so much that I gave it five stars which landed the book on my favorites shelf. Since then I have explored more by this author and now I have a few of his books sitting on my kindle that need to be read.

Favorite books are:

Children of the Dark
The Siren and the Specter
The Sorrows


Catherine Cavendish
(Horror/Suspense)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4961171.Catherine_Cavendish

This is another author that kept flitting across my Goodreads feeds and I just had to go check her work out. My first book by her was "Linden Manor" and my goodness, I was impressed! Her writing style just grabbed me from the first chapter and swept me away to the end of the book. It was one of the best gothic reads that I had read in a long time and made me reminiscent of years gone by when I use to read gothic books when I was younger. I have a few more of her books on my kindle that are waiting to be read. 

Favorite books are:

Linden Manor
The Demon of Cambian Street


Michael Bray
(Horror/Thriller/Suspense)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/2301413.Michael_Bray

I hadn't really seen this author come across my feeds on Goodreads - I was just going through Amazon one day and saw some of his books on there. The stories seemed interesting to me so I bought a couple of books to see how I would like them. I didn't do any "samples" as I just decided to grab a couple of books. I do that sometimes - buy books just to see if I like them or not. So I grabbed this book "Seat 6A" - it is a short story, but "WOW" does it pack a punch as I read it in one sitting! I literally did not move out of my chair! The other book I bought was "Hope House Chronicles Volume I: The Visitor. But at the time I didn't realize it was part of The Whisper Trilogy, but I still loved the story and that book landed on my favorites shelf. So with all that being said, I do have a few more books on my kindle that need to be read including the complete trilogy of The Whisper books along with the second book of the Hope House Chronicles. There are some other books brewing by this author as well in my Amazon cloud. :)

Favorite books are:

Seat 6A (short story)
Whisper (book one in the Whisper trilogy)
Hope House Chronicles Volume I: The Visitor


Jeremy Bates
(Horror/Suspense/Thriller)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5327980.Jeremy_Bates

Now I have been seeing this author coming across my Goodreads feeds quite regularly along with some excellent reviews from friends, so I decided to check him out myself. I was not disappointed! The first book I read was "Neighbors" and I was just entranced with the writing style of the author that the book landed on my favorites shelf when I finished reading it. I then read his book "Helltown" which was excellent and that book also landed on my favorites shelf. So now I have a few more sitting in my kindle waiting to be read.

Favorite books are:

Neighbors
Helltown


Ronald Malfi
(Horror)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3512996.Ronald_Malfi

Another author that was coming across my Goodreads feeds along with this book "The Mourning House". It seemed quite a few of my friends had read the book and it was getting high ratings. So I thought I would check it out on my own. I loved the book and laid five stars on it! This book also is on my favorites shelf. The author just grabbed me right away from the first chapter and took me along for a spooky ride to the end. I have more of his books sitting on my kindle that need to be read. 

Favorite book is:

The Mourning House



Kevin J. Kennedy
(Horror/Thriller)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5452895.Kevin_J_Kennedy

This is another author that I didn't really see come across my Goodreads feeds - I was just cruising around on Amazon (I do that quite often) and came across a book called: Halloween Horror Shorts: Trick 'r Treat which is an anthology of short stories by different authors. I was quite impressed with all the stories and found some new authors in the process. Now as of this blog I have 11 more books to read sitting on my kindle. I just bought three more last night! :-) 

Favorite books are:

Halloween Horror Shorts: Trick 'r Treat
Collected Christmas Horror Shorts


Andrew Lennon
(Horror/Thriller)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7257030.Andrew_Lennon

My first taste of this author's works were from reading the books by Kevin J. Kennedy who I posted above. That was my first introduction to this author's stories and I can say that I am impressed! So impressed that I have gone and bought almost all his books which are now sitting on my kindle as well waiting to be read. I won't post those books as I haven't read them yet, but I will post favorite stories from this author that are encased in those books by Kevin J. Kennedy.

Favorite stories are:

Girlfriend
Killing Christmas


Ron Ripley
(Horror)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14247932.Ron_Ripley

This is another author that I found on Amazon as I was cruising around on there and came across some interesting horror books. My first book was: The Boylan House (book 1) and I loved the story as the author just captured me right away. I read that book in early 2016, but since then I have bought the trilogy The Boylan House and have read all three books. Very impressive reading. I have since read some more of his work including The Blood Contract trilogy which I loved as well. I now have quite a few of his books sitting in my Amazon cloud waiting to be read. 

Favorite books are:

They Boylan Trilogy
The Blood Contact Trilogy
Moving In (Moving In #1) (I have the rest of this series in a boxed set waiting to be read as well). 


Jeff Strand
(Horror)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/207708.Jeff_Strand

I had been seeing this author come across my feeds over on Goodreads quite often and I grabbed his book Sick House. Wow! This book just grabbed me and threw me into the thick of things quickly! I was so impressed with the writing style of the author and the book that I decided to hunt down the rest of his books. I can honestly say that I have about 10 more books in my Amazon cloud that I own which need to be read yet. 

Favorite book is:

Sick House


Anthony M. Strong
(Horror/Thriller/Science Fiction)

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14779336.Anthony_M_Strong

This is another author I came across while cruising around on Amazon and his stories seemed interesting to me so I grabbed a couple of his books. The first one I read was "The Return" which is a short story but packs a wallop! I gave it five stars and it went on my favorites shelf. The next book was "Mirror Mirror" which also captivated me and it was another five star read. It too was a short story but I became so involved in the story that I just could not lay the book down. I finished it in one sitting! I have a few more books by this author in my Amazon cloud waiting to be read. 

Favorite books are:

The Return
Mirror Mirror
The Apartment: A Haunting in New York



Well this is my third list of 10 favorite authors. More to come in the weeks ahead.

Happy reading everyone! 

Friday, June 12, 2020

Midnight in the Graveyard


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Five "Chilling" Stars

When this book first came out and saw what authors were going to be within these pages, I knew I was in for a real treat! As soon as it was released, I grabbed it quick and settled down to read it! 

All the stories were right up my alley and I truly loved each story as there were lots of "thrills and chills" within this book! I didn't rush through the book either as I wanted to "savor" every story and let it seep into my mind!

I highly recommend this anthology to any and all horror fans! 

For my full review of the Midnight in the Graveyard see my review from Goodreads:



Since there are so many authors within this book I am going to link each of their profiles from Goodreads.

Kenneth W. Cain

Jonathan Janz

Robert R. McCammon

Thomas F. Monteleone

Elizabeth Massie

Kealan Patrick Burke

Hunter Shea

Catherine Cavendish

John Everson

William Meikle

Chad Lutzke

Kenneth McKinley

Jeremy Hepler

Todd Keisling

Jason Parent

Shannon Felton

Glenn Rolfe

Ronald Kelly

Alan M. Clark

Brian Moreland

Kathryn Meyer Griffith

Tim Meyer

Kelli Owen

Allan Leverone

Lee Mountford

Somer Canon


I am also linking the Amazon profile page of the author and editor, Kenneth W. Cain for easy access to finding the book on Amazon.










Hell: The Possession and Exorcism of Cassie Stevens


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Five "Spooky" Stars


Wow! This book was the spookiest book I had read in awhile! The cover of the book looks creepy but what is inside will not only scare the wits out of you it just might give you nightmares! Actually I do admit (which isn't very often - lol) that this book did give me bad dreams as the story almost felt like those "real deal" true paranormal books. 

I was very impressed with this book as this was a new author to me and I was transported quickly into the story....well actually I was "shot out of a cannon" into this story as within a few minutes I was entranced by the writing style of the author and how he was able to pull me into the story so fast! 

The demonic theme pulsates throughout the whole book and the characters just come alive within the story to the point where I felt like I was in the story with them. I do love scary books and I have to say this was one of my top reads of 2018!  So if you like to be scared and you want something that will keep you awake nights, then go grab this book and I guarantee that you will not be disappointed! 

For my full review of the book Hell: Possession and Exorcism of Cassie Stevens by author, Tom Lewis, please see my review from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Tom Lewis profile page from Goodreads:


Attached is the author, Tom Lewis profile page from Amazon:





Mask of Silence



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Four "Spooky" Stars


When I read this book back in November 2019, I was pleasantly surprised as looking at the cover I knew this book was going to be one hell of a creepy ride into horror!

I was not disappointed I can tell you that right now as the story weaved itself around me and drew me into the story where I could hardly put the book down. There is quite a bit of demonic themes in the storyline and I was impressed with how quick I became involved in the story. 

Lots of twisted terror are within these pages and I just couldn't get enough as I crept further into the darkness of the story. There is a sequel to this book and I do have that book as well waiting to be read. 

I am curious to see what the sequel holds because if it is as creepy as this book then I have a real treat waiting for me.

For my full review of the book Mask of Silence by author, Alex Gates, please see my review from Goodreads:



Attached is the author, Alex Gates profile page from Goodreads:



Attached is the author, Alex Gates profile page from Amazon:











Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Man Cave



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Five "Blood-Soaked" Stars

Have you ever stepped out of your comfort zone? I mean really "stepped out" into an area that once you were out there you knew there was no going back? I had already moved into that area with some other books I had read by author, Angel Gelique, but this one was like stepping off the edge of the world and spiraling down into........a torture chamber of horrors! 

Blood splattered walls and "tools" galore decorating the inside of the chamber froze me into my chair! There truly was no escape and there was no going back! Had to push onward into the story to see what was going to happen next! 

This book will take you to places that you didn't know existed and will leave you there strapped to your cozy chair, but there is nothing "cozy" within these pages as you move within the mind of the author! 

Page after page of horror, blood, gore, and every word of horror that comes into your mind is within these pages! Oh....you think I am kidding?! Well...go check out this book and see where this chamber of horrors takes you! I guarantee that it will be an experience you will never forget! 

Someone gave author, Angel Gelique a title that fits her to a tee which is: "Queen of Gore"! After reading this book I think you will agree with that title!

For my full review of Man Cave by author Angel Gelique, please see my review from Goodreads:


Attached is the profile page of author, Angel Gelique from Goodreads:

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6494965.Angel_Gelique

Attached is the profile page of author, Angel Gelique from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Angel-Gelique/e/B00J1OJ0RK



Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Chasing Ghosts



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Five "Wicked" Stars


Wow! This book "rocked" so much that I had hard time putting it down! This was my first introduction to the "twisted mind" of Glenn Rolfe! :)  I literally became attached to my chair back in 2017 when I sat down to read this book and for about three days I could barely move out of my seat!

There is lots of blood, gore, and torture "splattered" throughout this book to the point that it was a wonder my kindle didn't have blood dripping out of it! This was a deliciously exciting read as I made my way through the story! I would stay up late into the night as I just could not put the book down! 

From the beginning of the book all the way to the end, I was feeling the terror of the characters as they had to endure the "crazy maniac family" in this book! It was like watching one of those horror movies and you are yelling at the characters on the tv screen to run!!

So if you like to read about all things "bloody" and you are in the mood for some twisted terror then go grab this book as you will not be disappointed! 


For my full review of Chasing Ghosts by author, Glenn Rolfe, please see my review from Goodreads.


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