Book Review: Mysterious Minnesota by Adrian Lee

Mysterious Minnesota details a number of paranormal investigations in Minnesota, ranging from old hotels to caves to abandoned factories. What I enjoyed most about this book is that, as opposed to jumping from place to place rapidly, it focused on thirteen sites in particular and investigated them in great detail, talking about their history and the paranormal investigation by a large team.

Book Review: Haunted Files From The Edge by Philip J. Imbrogno

I’ve never been as nervous about posting a review before as I’ve been about posting this one. Why? Because in the first time for as long as I’ve had this blog, which is little over two years, I didn’t finish this book. I couldn’t. Believe me, I wanted to. I gave up in three fourth because I simply couldn’t take it anymore.

Book Review: My Hero is My Monster

This book is cruel, gruesome and terrible. It’s honest, disturbingly so, and its strength is its honesty and brutality. I applaud the author for her courage to tell us this story, which is non-fiction, a memoir of sorts. The story is straight-forward, without flowery language to hide the cruel truth. For telling this story alone, the author would get my full five stars. Unfortunately, there were some easy-to-catch typos I saw, and since this book is fairly short, I would think it could benefit from another quick spellcheck, so I deducted a star for that, hence the four stars.

Book Review: On Haunted Ground

Title: On Haunted Ground Author: Lisa Rogers Genre: Non-Fiction, True Haunting Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide Publication Date: May 8th, 2012 Rating: 3,5 stars Goodreads | Amazon | B&N Review copy provided by the publisher through Netgalley. Lisa Rogers sensed that the house she bought with her husband Wes came with a ghost. But nothing prepared them […]

Book Review: Stalked by Spirits by Vivian Campbell

Title: Stalked by Spirits Author: Vivian Campbell Genre: True Haunting, Non-fiction Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide Publication Date: April 8th 2012 Rating: 3,5 stars Buy from Publisher | Amazon | B&N | Book Depository | Goodreads Review copy provided by the publisher through Netgalley. Haunted since childhood, Vivian Campbell has encountered angry wraiths, mischievous child spirits, terrorizing […]

Book Review: Ghost Under Foot by Kenneth W. Harmon

Title: Ghost Under Foot: The Spirit of Mary Bell Author: Kenneth W. Harmon Genre: True Haunting, Non-Fiction Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide Publication Date: March 8th 2012 Rating: 3 stars Amazon (Paperback) | Amazon (Kindle) | B&N | Goodreads | Author Website Review copy provided by the publisher through Netgalley. Just weeks after settling into their new […]

Book Review: While They Slept by Kathryn Harrison

Title: While They Slept: An Inquiry Into The Murder of a Family Author: Kathryn Harrison Genre: True Crime, Non-Fiction Pubisher: Random House Publication Date: June 10th 2008 Rating: 1 stars Goodreads | Amazon | Author Website Early on an April morning, eighteen-year-old Billy Frank Gilley, Jr., killed his sleeping parents. Surprised in the act by […]

Book Review: The Truth about Dating, Love & Just Being Friends by Chad Eastham

Title: The Truth about Dating, Love & Just Being Friends Author: Chad Eastham Genre: Non-Fiction, Self-Help, Relationships Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: February 8th 2011 Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository Rating: 4 stars Review copy provided through Booksneeze. Chad Eastham, with his typical wit and wisdom for teens, brings much sought after advice on […]