[REVIEW] Coleridge – by Tom Deady

*3 out of 5* Upon receiving a physical copy of this novella, I decided I would give Coleridge a second read (having felt quite a bit of confusion the first time through, several months back with the e-ARC). I rolled on through it over the last twenty-four hours, and I think I did enjoy it more this…

[REVIEW] Dark Choir by Paul Melhuish

I have gotten lucky lately – several books in a row have now struck me as unique and deeply interesting. Dark Choir is another story that has left me nodding my head and thinking, ‘Yeah. Yeah, I haven’t read something like this before.’ The premise surrounding the abuse of mentally and physically handicapped people is…

[REVIEW] Bottled by Stephanie Ellis

I’ve been blowing through a steadily growing collection of Silver Shamrock titles this year, and I’m glad I’ve been going backwards to read earlier releases along the way (instead of just skipping them). Now, you may see the date I read this novella and be confused by my previous statement, seeing as this story was…

[REVIEW] Cricket Hunters by Jeremy Hepler

That was a hell of a finale! The last quarter of this novel is especially good, with the suspense and mystery hyped up and over. I don’t think I’ve ever quite read a book like Cricket Hunters; it’s not only well-written, but unique. Blending genres with ease (drama, coming-of-age, crime/horror, magic), this story features relateable characters,…