[REVIEW] Lily – Nightmareland Volume 6 – by Daniel Barnett

This is why people read. Books like Lily. Books that knock your socks off. Books that excite you, scare you, fuck you up and leave you emotionally and physically drained. The Nightmareland series has been reinforcing this expertise in my mind since its debut, Nightfall. What sets Lily apart from the volumes that came first?…

[REVIEW] City of Blood – by Daniel Barnett

CITY OF BLOOD (NIGHTMARELAND VOL.5) – by Daniel Barnett Publisher: Daniel Barnett Available: May 2021 Verdict: 4.5 out of 5.0 Overview: (Synopsis copied over from Goodreads listing) There’s a house on Utah Lake. A safe haven resting in the shadow of the unspeakable, the locale promises refuge for the Flashlighters after tragedy drives them back…

[REVIEW] The Flashlighters – by Daniel Barnett

THE FLASHLIGHTERS (Nightmareland Chronicles, Book #4) By Daniel Barnett Self-Published Available January 2021 You know, at this point, I feel like it’s safe to say Daniel Barnett is the new Stephen King. His writing is complex, yet approachable. His characters are driven and complete with rich backgrounds and dramatic stories to reveal. His settings are…

[FEATURE] Best Reads of 2020

Sitting down and viewing my GR list for 2020 was a bit of a surprise. I read quite a few comics and short stories this past year, for one. And two, this year must have been horribly long, because I could have sworn a bunch of these titles were actually read in 2019. To compose…

[REVIEW] Sleepwalking (Nightmareland, Book 3) – by Daniel Barnett

SLEEPWALKING (Nightmareland, Book 3) By Daniel Barnett Self-Published Available: October 2020 Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/Sleepwalking-Nightmareland-Three-Chronicles/dp/B08KTPBQC7/  The latest volume in the Nightmareland books is the most developed yet, further setting the expansive stage for what’s to come over the next couple years (?) from the series.  At the start of Sleepwalking, we add a new character to…