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Superfan (Boy Band Revenge Gore Fiction)

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Superfan (Boy Band Revenge Gore Fiction)

  Parasocial relationships with bands have been a thing since the dawn of time, I’m pretty sure. For young teenagers who love boy bands this is a huge thing; girls love their favorite member, fantasize about them, dream of meeting them, and just breathing the same air. But they always say don’t meet your heroes […]

Churchburner (Black Metal Gangsta Rap Metafiction)

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Churchburner (Black Metal Gangsta Rap Metafiction)

  This landed into my emails with no description apart from something along the lines of “this sounds good!!” So when I tried to search it up for myself, just to get a little insight, apart from its obvious namesake, I trawled and found very little. But I was increasingly intrigued because of it. No […]

True Criminals (Psychopathic Moron Crime Thriller)

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True Criminals (Psychopathic Moron Crime Thriller)

  What do you get when you take Dumb and Dumber and add ultra crude elements, murder, and humor that leaves nothing to the imagination? Daryl and Dax. No last names, just Daryl and Dax. Two brothers who see an opportunity (to them, and definitely not to anyone else) of taking the blame for a […]

The Comfy-Cozy Nihilist: A Handbook of Dark Fiction (Short-Form Life Sucks Splatter Fiction)

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The Comfy-Cozy Nihilist: A Handbook of Dark Fiction (Short-Form Life Sucks Splatter Fiction)

  Having always been a big fan of short story collections, I knew when I saw this available to read I would make fast work of it and most likely love it. Don’t get me wrong, there are times when a story just doesn’t work in short form and needs more than a few pages […]

Tamara (Sexy Dead Witch Bullying Revenge)

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Tamara (Sexy Dead Witch Bullying Revenge)

  Having never seen the film version of Tamara, I went into this with only the knowledge of the blurb and the hope that the creator of one of the most unhinged franchises, Final Destination, would conjure a book that leaves you wishing for an entire library collection. Tamara really does live up to that […]

Talia (Supernatural Extreme Splatter Smut)

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Talia (Supernatural Extreme Splatter Smut)

  Talia has been on my radar for a little while now. I’ve seen a few horror friends review it, and it’s featured on many people’s bookshelves. But for some reason, I just hadn’t picked it up, until now. And for the most part, I’m happy I did.¬†Split into two parts, Volpe begins telling the […]

Channel X (Basically Satanic Streaming Service Horror)

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Channel X (Basically Satanic Streaming Service Horror)

  When I see a Matt Shaw book recommended on Kindle, it usually goes straight onto my TBR, or even straight to me reading it. Channel X grabbed my attention and I thought “perhaps some sort of porn channel, with dire consequences?” I, of course, was wrong…as usual. Channel X happens to be something more […]

Carnage on 84th Street (Noir Unless Gore Splatter Crime)

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Carnage on 84th Street (Noir Unless Gore Splatter Crime)

  Judith Sonnet has always been the author I go to when I fancy reading something unapologetically gory and horrific, whilst also being able to provide a great and well-rounded story. This read was no different but with a crime focus. Think Sin City vibes; dark and dreary, falling rain, and everything colorless unless it’s […]

The Final Gate (Giallo Zombie Horror)

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The Final Gate (Giallo Zombie Horror)

  Having never seen a Lucio Fulci movie, I feel like I went into this book with a fresh set of eyes. The authors make it clear at the start that they take huge inspiration from the director, and his films influence this book hugely. The Final Gate sets the pace early; it’s very quick […]

Night of the Freaks (Murder Clown Splatter Literature)

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Night of the Freaks (Murder Clown Splatter Literature)

  When I think of “freakshow,” American Horror Story comes to mind immediately. Night of the Freaks has that undertone; an ominous, dark feeling, that continues through the book, as I learned of the stuff that happens within “William Wilson’s Wonderful World Of The Weirdos.” This read gets straight into the action, leaving the reader […]

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