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Pitch Green by Brothers Washburn Book Review
Pitch Green is a YA horror book written by The Brothers Washburn. The story begins on Halloween night with the neighborhood kids out trick-or-treating. The youngest of one group, Hughie, disappears near a deserted old mansion.
Scary Mary by S.A. Hunter - YA Book Review
Scary Mary is a young adult fiction of ghosts and hauntings. Mary is a high school girl living with her fortune-telling grandma. She has the rare talent of hearing ghosts. A quick read with some fun plot elements.
House by Peretti & Dekker Book Review
Two couples, unknown to each other, both stranded on a deserted roadway, take shelter in The Wayside Inn along a gravel driveway off the beaten path. Rather standard fair for a horror novel. Read the review to find out more.
Dissension by Adrienne Monson Book Review
For fans that enjoy a bit of paranormal suspense, romance, and adventure blending into a tale of blood-thirsty vampires, Adrienne Monson is sure to please.
Behind the Bookcase by Steensland Book Review
Behind the Bookcase is a fun tale of spooky adventure for children of middle school age. Despite being a bit of a scaredy-cat, Sarah sets out to prove her bravery along with her detective skills. As she investigates the mystery of the bookcase, she finds a secret room and falls into another world.
The Burning Time by JG Faherty - Book Review
In this classic small town environment, the author mixes a generous amount of good vs evil with a bit of romance and a pinch of magic to create The Burning Time. He makes writing look easy with this excellent, fast-paced read.
Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King - Book Review
The Dark Tower series is Kings epic adventure of one lone man out to save the world or an infinity of worlds as the reader comes to find out. Book Five Wolves of the Calla is a temporary diversion on the path to The Dark Tower.
Conception by K.S. Fish - Book Review
In the novel Conception, evolution is given a boost in a bizarre plot to create living gods. Children with telekinetic skills are secretly trained to use them. Good suspense and characters keep this story moving.
A Christmas Carol as Horror Literature
One of the most famous stories of all time, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, is a classic story of redemption that most people know and love. A closer look at the elements of the story reminds the reader that A Christmas Carol is about as horrific as it gets.
Ghouls in Horror Literature
Ghouls they just dont get any respect. They are the scavengers of the dead, vultures of the graveyard, and consumers of the flesh. Zombies are getting all the attention these days, but ghouls are the real deal.
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