The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Burn (Nava Katz Book 6)

It’s the End of the World as We Know It … Nava has come a long way from being a hot mess flying solo. She’s now one of the major players on the chessboard, leading the charge against a witch with dark magic, a power-mad rabbi, and the impending apocalypse. Friends will die and secretsContinue reading “The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Burn (Nava Katz Book 6)”

The Halloween Man: A Supernatural Thriller * Douglas Clegg

Halloween Is for Scary Reading , which Fiona tried to point out to her, but Tamara would have none of it. “It’s worshiping the Devil, bottom line,” Tamara said. “And I only wish we were living a couple hundred years back. They knew what to do with Devil worshipers back then.” Who is this man?Continue reading “The Halloween Man: A Supernatural Thriller * Douglas Clegg”

The Queen of The Damned * Anne Rice

After Interview with a Vampire and The Vampire Lestat and the auto-biographical rise to fame, Lestat finds that he has gone a bit soft and unnoticed. Not even the Tale of the Body Thief could bring him back to his notorious ways. So he releases a rock album into the world (which causes one ofContinue reading “The Queen of The Damned * Anne Rice”

The Amityville Horror, by Jay Anson PREFACE

PREFACE by Reverend John Nicola The problem to which this book addresses itself is one which, although it is as old as mankind, needs to be brought to the attention of thoughtful readers today. All civilizations have expressed some sense of insecurity and fear over the spotty but recurring reports of phenomena that leave menContinue reading “The Amityville Horror, by Jay Anson PREFACE”

End of Watch (The Bill Hodges Trilogy Book 3) – Stephen King

It seemed to him that whoever thought that one up really got hold of something, because it was darker than a woodchuck’s asshole this morning, and dawn wasn’t far away. You gotta give it to Mr. King. He can definitely write a good horror novel. If you have liked these lovely books involving Finders Keepers,Continue reading “End of Watch (The Bill Hodges Trilogy Book 3) – Stephen King”

How to Hang a Witch – Adriana Mather

“Salem prides itself on its witches. That history is very real to the people who live here.” It’s the Salem Witch Trials meets Mean Girls in a debut novel from one of the descendants of Cotton Mather, where the trials of high school start to feel like a modern day witch hunt for a teen with allContinue reading “How to Hang a Witch – Adriana Mather”

The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts – K.C. Tansley

The Unbelievables – Book 1 “ Some mysteries were built so intricately, it took centuries to unravel them. Others remained forgotten, left to gather dust in the memories of the dead. Castle Creighton waited over a century for its chance.” — Professor Astor , The Price of Power: The Curse of America’s Uncrowned Aristocracy ThisContinue reading “The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts – K.C. Tansley”

Lunar Park by Bret Easton Ellis Book Review

I haven’t read any other books by Bret Ellis after his American Psycho (1991) and I thought I’d give Lunar Park a go. Written in 2006 it follows the life of the author post his literary success into a life of debauchery and then domestic bliss. “I had dreamed of something so different from what realityContinue reading “Lunar Park by Bret Easton Ellis Book Review”