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“There’s nothing particularly wrong with Slade House but, sadly, there’s nothing especially right.”
“one of the most original and immersive young adult horror novels of the decade.”
The Evil Within reads like that cult horror movie you’ve heard about—the one that combines A Nightmare on Elm Street with Cabin in the Woods—and took years to track down.
"Finders keepers" is a common idiom many use when they unearth something of value, not knowing its rightful owner. Such is the case with young Peter Saubers.
“Wormwood is an intergalactic, inter-dimensional, immortal, happy-go-lucky larval worm-thing with a liking for fine stout, strippers, and most of the other vices planet Earth has on offer.
“a satisfying read for the diehard fans out there that are well versed in the worlds of zombies and the end of the world as we know it.”
“DeAngelis’s ability to tell an engaging story that draws the reader in makes this quirky read a real page-turner.”
“evil is never fully destroyed; it simply takes another form.“
Apple, Massachusetts is a dying town, a roach motel in which its inhabitants only escape through death.
“Love. Lust. Paranormal power. An ancient curse, and battles between Good and Evil.”
“These bizarre short stories will have you looking over your shoulder and questioning everything you once thought normal.”
“Curran has taken the horror master ’s sense of inherited dread and given it a second and tighter twist . . .
In a story about good versus evil, Jonathan Ryan brings an old-school vibe back to contemporary horror.
“Mystery and terror, the paranormal and romance—all combine to make Innocence a challenging and emotional experience.”
“A damned good read it is . . .”
“. . . a fascinating journey through the psyche . . .”
“. . . the editor either fell asleep during the first chapter or ran out of red ink.”
“Although A Good and Useful Hurt is a unique thriller with characters quirky enough to be interesting, there is an intangible magical ingredient that is missing that would make thi
“Brian Moreland deftly blends Algonquian legend with Catholic belief, creating a spiritual plague and a villain that are more chilling than the scariest creations of either belief system.
This is the second volume of John Pelan’s The Century’s Best Horror Fiction covering the years 1951 to 2000.
“reading to get the chills is a perfectly acceptable use of this anthology . . .”
“Mr. Koontz’ most audacious pulp novel to date. It is a bold, raucous narrative that moves at lightning speed.”
Vampires have been the subject of popular literature for well over a century now, but werewolves have continued to wallow in the shadows.
It’s a brave or foolhardy writer who kills the main character in the very first page of their book, believing the reader will continue with the rest of the story rather than simply give up.