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Book Review: CYCLOPS ROAD is a Hilarious Road-Trip Delight

The horror-comedy combo genre is not an easy feat to accomplish in literature. David Wong nailed it pretty damn well in John Dies at the End and its sequel, This Book is Full of Spiders; Seriously, Dude, Don’t Touch It, and Christopher Moore’s basically the world champion at this point, […]

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Review of A Discriminating Death by Susan J. Dorsey

“Review of A Discriminating Death: A Jane Brook’s Mystery by Susan J. Dorsey with Rainstorm Press” by Jay Wilburn   A Discriminating Death: A Jane Brook’s Mystery by Susan J. Dorsey with Rainstorm Press is a mystery with strong characters. I have reviewed more works from Rainstorm than any other, […]

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Review of The Sound of Loneliness by Craig Wallwork

“Review of The Sound of Loneliness by Craig Wallwork” by Eli Wilde   I said somewhere that after reading the first half of – Loneliness, it felt like I was experiencing my first real influence of 2013. Having just finished reading this fine story today that initial feeling still holds […]

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Review of Crooked House by Joe McKinney

“Review of Crooked House by Joe McKinney” by Max Booth III “You come into a man’s house with evil in your heart you better expect to get the horns.” Crooked House is a novel with balls. It takes every haunted house trope in fiction, stuffs them all into a blender, […]

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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 Damned by Chuck Palahniuk

“Review of Damned by Chuck Palahniuk” by Max Booth III Most known for his infamous novel debut, Fight Club, Chuck Palahniuk is also remembered for depressing the ever living shit out of each one of his readers. What Stephen King is to the terrifying inanimate objects coming to life and […]

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Review of Inkarna by Nerine Dorman

“Review of Inkarna by Nerine Dorman with Dark Continents Publishing” by Jay Wilburn   Inkarna by Nerine Dorman with Dark Continents Publishing is a novel born from pain. The art is heightened and the reader is rewarded for this. The South African author provided a voice and a category defying […]

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