[REVIEW] The Influence – by Ramsey Campbell

THE INFLUENCE By Ramsey Campbell Published by Flame Tree Press I only recently read Campbell for the first time – his name not being a staple here in the states, as it is overseas – so I’m still learning what to expect from his writing. Though I found The Wise Friend to share more fantasy…

[REVIEW] One by One – by D. W. Gillespie

One by One was a title I heard a lot about during the fourth quarter of 2019; so, yes, I’m a little late to the game. That being said, I am glad to have at least made it! I really adored One by One from start to finish, especially those final fifty pages or so….

[REVIEW] The Raven – by Jonathan Janz

Coming September 8, 2020 Despite my so-so experience with Witching Hour Theatre – one of Janz’s older novelettes – I’ve continued to purchase Jonathan Janz novels from Flame Tree Press in the past year. Now with my ARC of The Raven, I think I own them all now (alongside some e-book versions of titles not…

[REVIEW] Tomb of Gods – by Brian Moreland

*4.5 out of 5* When I first heard about Tomb of Gods, I thought it would like Indiana Jones or The Mummy. While part of this book does hold such influence, it also takes you places never expected. In fact, the final quarter of this novel will turn your world upside down and dangle you…

[REVIEW] The Wise Friend – by Ramsey Campbell

*4 out of 5* I’d heard his name, but never read Ramsey Campbell prior to The Wide Friend. This unique and intriguing novel caught my interest enough that I will continue picking up Campbell books along my journeys. This story felt less like horror and more like mystery, for me. And I’m fine with that….