Articles, book reviews, and links about our favorite supernatural stories. If you enjoy a good haunting, witches, demonic possession or anything of the occult, check here. Book reviews have 1 star.
Carnival of Fear by JG Faherty – Book Review
From the first eighteen wheeler rolling out of a black void and eerily unloading in the foggy dark of night, JG Faherty will have you enthusiastically turning the pages of Carnival of Fear to find out what happens next.
Cemetery Club by JG Faherty – Book Review
JG Faherty begins this fine tale of horror with ancient evils buried in the past of the small town of Rocky Point, NY. If you enjoy horror, this one is a fun, spooky page turner.
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.
Dickens’s Christmas Carol Revisited
A timeless Christmas classic tale that shows Ebenezer Scrooge facing three ghosts. Each of the ghost shows Scrooge a different part of his life. The story shows the choice that only Scrooge can make. Does he continue on his life´s current path or does he change his future?
Lisey’s Story by Stephen King - Book Review
Everyone knows Stephen King as a horror writer. Reading Lisey's Story there is more than horror. This is an enduring love story. An odd, complicated relationship for sure. As well as a sweet and scary one.
Sookie Stackhouse – Book Review
Charlaine Harris' fun and smart characterization of Sookie Stackhouse has drawn fans around the globe. The HBO cable series True Blood is based on her witty and original series of supernatural horror/mystery novels.
Supernatural Horror - An Essay [offsite link]
A essay by the famed horror writer H.P. Lovecraft on Supernatural Horror in Literature.
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.
The Turtle Boy by Burke – Book Review
Summer is out and two boys go exploring. An ordinary childhood trip to the local pond turns creepy in a hurry and 11 year old Timmy Quinn is left trying to figure out why.
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