Horror, Review, Young Adult

Cheerleading can be Murder by Carissa Ann Lynch

This clichéd, little book begins with cheerleading and ends with cheerleading. The middle of the book - more cheerleading. For those of us who don't care about cheerleading one way or the other, it might be difficult, dare I say painful, to swallow the life and death stance on cheerleading portrayed in this book. There… Continue reading Cheerleading can be Murder by Carissa Ann Lynch

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Horror, Review

The Cellar by Richard Laymon – Beast House Book 1

Donna Hayes is a sweet-natured woman with a monstrous ex-husband and an entertaining teenage daughter, Sandy. The day Donna finds out he is freed from prison she hits the road, taking Sandy and running as fast as she can. Roy Hayes truly is an undisguised horror, released upon the world and is now hunting his… Continue reading The Cellar by Richard Laymon – Beast House Book 1

Horror, Paranormal, Review, Suspense

Survive at Midnight by Kayla Krantz

This is an amazing book to follow after the first two. Personally, I didn't read either, but I didn't need to. This is one book that gives you all the details you need to truly enjoy it. There was plenty of back story and the history was easy to follow. While I wish I had… Continue reading Survive at Midnight by Kayla Krantz

Action, Horror, Review, Science Fiction, Thriller

Infected by Scott Sigler

Originally, this was a slow read and took me several days to finish. It's not bad writing, just wordy with a high page count. I would get bored and wander away - for the whole day. But that's only for the first half. It gets better. The writing is somewhat centered on Margaret and Amos,… Continue reading Infected by Scott Sigler

Action, Horror, Review

Arisen: Nemesis by Michael Stephen Fuchs

Staff Sgt. Kate Dunajski is military through and through. Eighteen months ago she was in the reserves, hoping to pay for school. Then she was called upon to serve in Afghanistan and finds, after three deployments, that her niche is helping the people of that country. Instead, the military decides she belongs in Somalia, Africa.… Continue reading Arisen: Nemesis by Michael Stephen Fuchs

Horror, Review, Science Fiction

No Such Thing as Werewolves by Chris Fox

With such a fascinating title, how could I not read this book? If for no other reason than to find out "DO werewolves exist?" Well, right from the get-go...almost. First off, a little backstory. A team of mercenaries discover a huge, black pyramid in Peru, that might or might not be from some ancient civilization.… Continue reading No Such Thing as Werewolves by Chris Fox