A horror novel with real, relatable characters, high stakes you can feel, blood-soaked tension and action as well as a kick-ass monster, The Insatiable Hunger of Trees is perfect for fans of Stephen King, Nick Cutter and/or Grady Hendrix. Samantha Eaton has cemented herself as an instant read author for me and I can’t wait to see what she brings to the horror genre next.
Both a love letter to the slasher as well as an examination of the genre and it’s effects on those involved, Brian McAuley’s debut deserves a place among the classics that inspired it as well as his peers. If you’re a fan of Stephen Graham Jones and/or Grady Hendrix, check this out immediately. FEAR THE REA-PER REA-PER REA-PER!
There’s a song by Weezer called Heart Songs. In it, Rivers Cuomo sings about the songs that speak to his heart, that marked important moments in his life, or that helped shape him into the person he is. My Heart is a Chainsaw is my heart book. My new comfort read. My favorite book published in the past ten or so years. Maybe even longer. It reminds me that I’m not alone, that horror is awesome, and it’s just a bloody good time.
Black Mouth is perfect for fans of Stephen King, but NOT limited to that audience. Ronald Malfi’s prose flies off the page and really gets into the characters’ heads. Tackling childhood abuse, alcoholism, bullying and confronting the past, while providing plenty creeps and scares, Black Mouth is a tour-de-force of drama and horror.
Blurb: Working at the local processing plant, Marcos is in the business of slaughtering humans —though no one calls them that anymore. His wife has left him, his father is sinking into dementia, and Marcos tries not to think too hard about how he makes a living. After all, it happened so quickly. First, it […]
Hello lovely readers. This is my stop on the Escapist Book Tours tour for Jesse Nolan Bailey’s The Jealousy Of Jalice. I am really excited because this will be my first Book Tour with Escapist Book Tours and very first author interview. I will be starting off the tour with a Q&A that I had […]