[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…

[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…

[REVIEW] Lullaby (Nightmareland Chronicles #2) – by Daniel Barnett

LULLABY (NIGHTMARELAND CHRONICLES – BOOK TWO) By Daniel Barnett Published Independently  5 Stars Nightfall, the debut for Barnett’s new Nightmareland series, was one of my Top Reads of 2019; so, clearly I’ve been eagerly anticipating the next installment. Enter Lullaby, a bridge-like novella that extends us to the next big move in John and Maria’s…

[REVIEW] Dust (Splatter Western #3) – by Chris Miller

I’m not sure if Death’s Head Press planned only for these three books in their Splatter Western series or not, but Dust leaves you with endless possibilities. Miller’s writing is brutal and quick; most things are explained early on, and there are sequences of action every other chapter, it seems. Readers that seek adrenaline injections…