Book Review: Darkhouse (Experiment in Terror #1)

Title: Darkhouse (Experiment in Terror #1) Author: Karina Halle Genre: Horror, Thriller, Supernatural, Paranormal Publisher: Metal Blonde Books Publication Date: May 1st 2011 Rating: 5 stars Review copy provided by the author. Goodreads | Book Website | Amazon | B&N There’s always been something a bit off about Perry Palomino. Though she’s been dealing with […]

Book Review: Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism by David Nickle

Title: Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism Author: David Nickle Genre: Literature, Horror, Suspense, Adult, Historical Fiction Publisher: ChiZine Publications Publication Date: May 3rd 2011 Rating: 4 stars Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository Review copy provided by the publisher through Netgalley. The year is 1911. In Cold Spring Harbour, New York, the newly formed […]

Book Review: Endlessly by C.V. Hunt

Title: Endlessly Author: C.V. Hunt Genre: Supernatural, Paranormal Romance, Vampires, Urban Fantasy, Horror Publication Date: February 19th 2011 Author’s Website | Goodreads | Smashwords | Amazon Rating: 3,5 stars Review copy provided by the author. When Ashley walks into a shop run by the vampire, Verloren, they both get the surprise of their lives. Ash […]

Book Review: The Poisoned House by Michael Ford

Title: The Poisoned House Author: Michael Ford Genre: Gothic Horror, Victorian, Ghosts, Haunting, Young Adult Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company Publishing Date: August 1st 2011 Pages: 328 Rating: 3,5 stars Review copy provided by the pubilsher through Netgalley. The year is 1856, and orphan Abigail Tamper lives below stairs in Greave Hall, a crumbling manor […]

Book Review: Spirit by Graham Masterton

Title: Spirit Author: Graham Masterton Genre: Thriller, Horror, Adult, Ghosts, Supernatural Rating: 4,5 stars Review copy provided by Dorchester Publishing. Laura and Elizabeth Buchanan’s lives were changed forever when their little sister Peggy was found dead in the icy water of the family’s pool. But Peggy never left her sisters. As Laura and Elizabeth grow […]

Book Review: My Frankenstein by Michael Lee

Title: My Frankenstein Author: Michael Lee Genre: Retelling Classics, Fantasy, Gothic Horror, Historical Fiction, Dark Romance Pages: 408 Rating: 4,5 stars Goodreads Review copy provided by Bewitching Book Tours. In a small village in early 19th Century young Eva is enthralled by the new young baron, Viktor Frankenstein. Viktor promises to transform the traditional little […]

Book Review: The Banishing by Fiona Dodwell

Title: The Banishing Author: Fiona Dodwell Genre: Horror, Supernatural, Thriller Publisher: Damnation Books Published: February 27th 2011 Pages: 182 Rating: 4 stars Review copy provided by Bewitching Book Tours. Goodreads | Author’s Website When Melissa first notices the change in her husband – subtle at first – she thinks it may be the stress of […]

Book Review: Rabbits in the Garden by Jessica McHugh

Title: Rabbits in the Garden Author: Jessica McHugh Genre: Horror, Psychological Horror, Thriller Published: February 28th 2011 by Post Mortem Press Pages: 226 Rating: 5 stars Review copy provided by the author. Goodreads | Author’s Website At twelve years old, Avery Norton had everything: a boyfriend who was also her best friend, the entirety of […]

Book Review: The Poison of A Smile by Steven Jensen

Title: The Poison of a Smile Author: Steven Jensen Genre: Supernatural, Gothic Horror, Romance Publication Date: October 2nd 2010 Review copy provided by Night Publishing. Visit their website. Rating: 5 stars Goodreads | Author’s Website She will take her pleasure in your destruction …. When Gabriel Holland and David Leigh are lured to the haunted […]

Book Review: Mojo by Kris Sedersten

Title: Mojo Author: Kris Sedersten Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Supernatural, Horror Review copy provided by the author. Visit the author’s website. Rating: 4 stars When Scottie Brown, a New Orleans college student, is aggressively haunted by vivid nightmares and daytime apparitions, he begins a search for answers; unwittingly putting himself and those closest to him in […]