Short, sweet reviews of M. Verano’s DIARY OF A HAUNTING, GATHERING DEEP by Lisa Maxwel, and Lori Rader-Day’s LITTLE PRETTY THINGS.
THE DEVIL AND WINNIE FLYNN is written as a letter to Winnie’s best friend, which lends the book an intimate feel and builds a rapport between the reader and Winnie almost immediately.
The notion of a ghostly protagonist may sound like a gimmick, but Alender pulls it off with aplomb, and the spirits who populate the author’s fictional world (Delia, included) are every bit as fully realized as the flesh-and-blood characters.
We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming to bring you this short tale of horror from author Chris Holm.
13 DAYS OF MIDNIGHT by Leo Hunt Candlewick Press August 25, 2015 Luke Manchett has just received the worst kind of news—his estranged father is dead. Rather than tell his mother … Continue reading
The Haunting of Hill House meets House of Leaves by way of Behind the Music, Elizabeth Hand’s contemporary gothic novella, Wylding Hall, is pure magic—and I’m not 100% certain that’s metaphor.
…if you’re down for some urban fantasy, a feisty protagonist, some romance and a battle for the world, then add Jillian Cade to your reading adventures.