Tag: book reviews

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 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 The Haunted Housewives of Allister, Alabama

“Review of The Haunted Housewives of Allister, Alabama by Susan Abel Sullivan with World Weaver Press” by Jay Wilburn   I had the opportunity to read an advance copy of The Haunted Housewives of Allister, Alabama by Susan Abel Sullivan due to my own connection with World Weaver Press. My […]

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Review of Nephilim: Genesis of Evil by Renee Pawlish

  “Review of Nephilim: Genesis of Evil  by Renée Pawlish” by Jay Wilburn   Nephilim: Genesis of Evil is a horror novel written by Renée Pawlish with A Llama Press. This story has been available for a few years, but it is a treasure many readers have yet to discover. […]

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The Dead Zone

[SPOILERS AHOY!] “If you could jump into a time machine and go back to 1932, would you kill Hitler?” This is the question that haunts Johnny Smith. It is the question that reawakens a well familiar nightmare each night he attempts to sleep. It is the question that has driven […]

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Carrie: A Girl With A Curse

August is Stephen King month at Dark Moon Digest. Each week we’ll post a new blog, a review from one of our staff members about their favorite Stephen King novel. A REVIEW OF CARRIE BY JULIE JANSEN I chose Carrie, King’s first published book, released in 1974. I first read […]

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