Book Review: The Life of Death by Lucy Booth

We have all said it. At the very least, thought it. "I would sell my soul for....". But would you? Really? It's the year 1590. Elizabeth "Lizzy" Murray hangs in her cell, inching closer to death. She listens to the excruciating screams of women outside, their flesh fueling the fire that roars intensely around the... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: The Pale Ones by Bartholomew Bennett

The Pale Ones is an atmospheric stroll through 117 pages of quiet horror. This book doesn't shock or disgust, it carefully and slowly picks away at the emotions creating a gradual sense of unease, caution, and distrust. As our narrator embarks on the equivalent of a pub crawl for book buyers at the behest of... Continue Reading →

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