Reviews of Horror Fiction
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Bedbugs - a Review
Bedbugs, written by Ben H. Winters, is a horror novel. If you don't like bugs, it is even more horrifying.
Devil's Oven - a Review
Laura Benedict brings us another winner with Devil's Oven. This story is set in the Appalachian Mountains, a place that is full of all kinds of legends and possible creepy scenarios.
Gehenna - a Review
Gehenna, written by Jason Brant, is a horror novel. This is the first book by this author that I have read, and I was not disappointed. I am a big fan of zombie stories. There may be more out there written with the twist this one is written with, but if there are, I haven't read them.
Red is for Rage – a Review
Red is for Rage, written by Connie Corcoran Wilson, is the chilling sequel to The Color of Evil. Pogo the Killer Clown is still out to kill Tad because of his special ability he has, but so is someone else.
Tartarus - a Review
Tartarus, written by Jason Brant, is the sequel to Gehenna. When Gehenna ended, McCall and Karen had managed to fight off the moaners long enough to board a train. They were finally riding away from the burning town of Gehenna and the horde of flesh-eating corpses that had overtaken it.
The Cut Up - a Review
Author James W. Lewis bring us the tale a woman's unique, twisted revenge on her cheating husband in The Cut Up.
The Dark - a Review
Are you afraid when you can’t see the things around you? Do you fear the complete and total blackness of night? When I was a little girl I was afraid of the dark, but the monsters I was afraid of were all in my mind. In The Dark by Jason Brant, there really is a reason to be afraid of the dark.
The Gate - a Review
Jason Brant, author of Gehenna and Echoes, has written another winner. The Gate is a bit different from his previous two books. First, it is longer. Second, it isn't about zombies in the old west. There isn't a character who can read your mind and make you do things against your will.
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There is something very unusual about Hope House. It encourages those who live there to kill and get rid of all the noise so its voice can be heard. Whisper, written by Michael Bray, takes you on a terrifying journey as you discover the truth of just what is behind the whispers.
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