[REVIEW] Red X – by David Demchuk

RED X by David Demchuk 4.5 out of 5.0 stars Publisher: Strange Light Genre Tags: Horror, Monsters, Queer Horror, Queer Lit Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 PLEASE NOTE: I originally reviewed Red X several weeks ago and gave it 3.75 out of 5.0 due to the difficulties I had with my digital ARC. The publisher…

[REVIEW] August’s Eyes – by Glenn Rolfe

3.75 out of 5 ** THIS REVIEW CONTAINS MINOR SPOILERS ** This is my second novel by Rolfe. I had a similar experience with August’s Eyes as I did with Until Summer Comes Around. There’s a strong flow of events, mostly even pacing, and characters marred in drama. All of that is good. For the…

[REVIEW] Ride or Die – by James Newman

About half way, this story goes from revenge vandalism to devilish face-off at the drop of a hat. Things get dangerous and creepy with little warning, and when the action starts up, it doesn’t really let up until the end. My score mostly reflects my interest in this type of horror. Though I love stories…

[REVIEW] The City Around the World – by Elliot Harper

I was recently introduced to Elliot’s writing during the open call stage for my company’s debut anthology. When I saw him later post about the new cover for his novella, I decided to check out the book while I was at it. Elliot is a great writer, a sorcerer of words. His brand of science…

[REVIEW] The Book of Accidents – by Chuck Wendig

The writing in The Book of Accidents is approachable, as are the fast and furious chapters. The story is intriguing and weird and creepy. There is underlying dread throughout. Though this was my first time reading Wendig, it won’t be my last. You’ll feel influence from the greats again and again, which makes the world…