Category: Reviews

Review of The Holy Bible, Compiled by Executive Editor Emperor Constantine and the Associate Editors of the Council of Nicaea and the Council of Trent

“Review of The Holy Bible horror anthology compiled by executive editor Emperor Constantine and the associate editors of the Council of Nicaea and the Council of Trent. The work has been republished by a number of companies based in Nashville, Tennessee.” by Jay Wilburn *** The Holy Bible is a […]

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Review of The Ruins by Scott Smith

“Review of The Ruins by Scott Smith” by Max Booth III   Twelve years after publishing his critically acclaimed debut novel, A Simple Plan, Scott Smith finally returned in 2006 with The Ruins—a horror novel that will literally make you squirm in your seat. I stumbled across this book at […]

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Review of For When the Veil Drops

“Review of For When the Veil Drops anthology with West Pigeon Press” by Jay Wilburn   For When The Veil Drops is an anthology of dark fiction with West Pigeon Press. The structure of the book is focused around the stories and the authors telling them. This mission in the […]

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Review of House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski

“Review of House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski” by Max Booth III   It there was ever a book to hold the title as “most difficult to describe”, it would no doubt go to House of Leaves. So, of course, it is only logical that I have chosen to […]

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Review of Hollow Shell Part One by Mark C. Scioneaux

“Review of Hollow Shell: A Zombie Epic – Part One by Mark C. Scioneaux” by Max Booth III   Mark C. Scioneaux has brought the “serial story” back from the dead. That isn’t to say there aren’t other serials out there to try. Of course there is. However, Hollow Shell […]

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Review of Zombie Jesus and Other True Stories

“Review of Zombie Jesus and Other True Stories anthology edited by Max Booth III with Dark Moon Books” by Jay Wilburn   Zombie Jesus and Other True Stories is an anthology of fifteen alternate history stories with a horror twist published by Dark Moon Books with editor Max Booth III. […]

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Review of Napoleon Xylophone by Frank Lambert

“Review of Napoleon Xylophone by Frank Lambert with Troubador” by Jay Wilburn   Napoleon Xylophone is a novel written and published to support the charity Whizz-Kidz. This charity provides motability equipment to disabled children. Their primary focus is wheelchairs. Lambert is a champion of this cause and seeks to promote […]

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Review of Inheritance by Joe McKinney

“Review of Inheritance by Joe McKinney” by Max Booth III   I have been a massive fan of McKinney’s work since reading his story “Sabbatical in the Methlands” in the anthology, Slices of Flesh. After that I moved on to The Red Empire and Other Stories, then on to his […]

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