Category: reviews

[REVIEW] Grind Your Bones to Dust – by Nicholas Day

Read on for my review of the new Nicholas Day novel, Grind Your Bones to Dust.

[REVIEW] Mad Hallelujah and Other Oddities – by Owen Morgan

Read on for my review of Owen Morgan’s new collection, Mad Hallelujah and Other Oddities.

[FEATURE] The Merchant’s Turntable – Track 2, “You Will Never Change”

This particular monthly blog is hosted on the Kendall Reviews website. My second posting just went live, so you should check that out here. It features Killswitch Engage, Wage War, Issues, Of Mice & Men, and more. And if you missed the first posting…

[REVIEW] A Place for Sinners – by Aaron Dries

For Merchant’s third outing with Dries, he takes on the reissue of A Place for Sinners, a truly disturbing novel.

[REVIEW] Remains – by Andrew Cull

Following his reading of Bones, Merchant dives right back into Cull’s writing with the author’s latest, Remains.

[REVIEW] Bones – by Andrew Cull

Merchant discovers Andrew Cull with the collection, Bones. Read on for his four-star review.