Title: The Beasts of Electra Drive Author: Rohan Quine Genre: Literary Fiction / Horror Aptly titled, The Beasts of Electra Drive tells the story of a video game designer’s revenge on the “Dreary Ones,” the corporate leaders at Bang Dead Games, the company where he worked until recently.
Title: Pray Lied Eve 2: Further Tales of the Untoward Author: Lydia Peever Genre: Horror – Short Stories This collection of six unrelated short stories spans a few subgenres of horror from the psychopathic to the fantastical. Death, however, circulates as a recurrent theme with tales hitting on different aspects or relationships to deaths both tragic… Read More Editorial Review: Pray Lied Eve 2
Title: The Heralding Author: Ashley McCarthy Genre: Historical Fiction / Horror A small town in rural England is rocked to its very foundation by the greed, malevolence, and evil brought about by the Great Famine of the 14th century. Having just faced a personal tragedy, Matilda struggles to survive in a world that… Read More Editorial Review – The Heralding
Title: Ramonst Author: Anthony Knott Genre: Fiction / Southern Gothic / Crime This novel reads somewhat like a memoir or a snapshot of the past. The summer in Tennessee enters as almost another character to the story of young Rodney, a boy tottering on the brink of puberty. He’s interested in everything and regularly writes… Read More Editorial Review – Ramonst
Title: Wolf Omega Author: Joseph Stone Genre: Paranormal Dark Fantasy / Horror Wolf Omega is an origin novel that tells the story of Gabriella, a young woman forced into a loveless marriage in order to improve her family’s impoverished circumstances. When her life takes a violent and tragic turn, she finds refuge in… Read More Editorial Review – Wolf Omega
Title: Ékleipsis Author: Tamel Wino Genre: Horror A quick read, Ékleipsis has five short stories that are easy to read and hard to put down. The book is a collection of short stories that tests the boundaries of human desire and perversion. The stories follow different characters in different circumstances that seem ordinary… Read More Editorial Review – Ékleipsis
A Taste of Blood Wine – Guest Book Review The copy on the front definitely captures a lot about this book. “Throbs with lush romanticism,” says The Times. That’s a perfect description right there.
Ruin – Guest Book Review 5 Stars! Summary from Amazon: [Earth has been almost silent for forty years. The apocalypse left behind only fragments of civilisation, surrounded by a sea of barbarism.
Title: A Monster Escapes Author: Lewis Wolfe Genre: Horror / Thriller / Supernatural Suspense Something evil and mysterious is making its way through the minds of the inhabitants of Brettville, something that forces them to relive the darkest moments of their past over and over again while it feeds and thrives on the… Read More Editorial Review – A Monster Escapes
Author: Joseph Stone Title: Criminal Beware Genre: Horror / Mystery / Dark Fantasy This novel provides a detailed start to a paranormal series that explores the idea of werewolves against the backdrop of 1920s San Diego and the speakeasy environment.