Tag Archive | horror

Review : I Kill in Peace by Hunter Shea

    Synopsis: Peter Blades is, in every sense of the word, an ordinary man. Hard worker, father, husband, a man content with small-town life. Except for one small fact—he’s slowly being turned into a ruthless killer. Compelled by mysterious texts to murder, he’s provided a fiery red Mustang and an ancient sword to carry […]

Review: The Bride Wore Brains by Emily Wesley Stringer

    Synopsis: Claire’s perfect wedding takes a horrific turn when her guests start turning into zombies. It’s up to her best friend, Kat and a motley crew of wisecracking misfits to save the day.     Goodreads Amazon This book really did it for me. I have finally found a situation in which I […]

Review: The Ghoul Archipelago by Stephen Kozeniewski

    SYNOPSIS: After ravenous corpses topple society and consume most of the world’s population, freighter captain Henk Martigan is shocked to receive a distress call. Eighty survivors beg him to whisk them away to the relative safety of the South Pacific. Martigan wants to help, but to rescue anyone he must first pass through […]

Review:Winter Smith London’s Burning by J.S. Strange

Review:Winter Smith London’s Burning by J.S. Strange

  Synopsis:  A story of survival trust and fear.  The first in the series, Winter Smith is ripped from a rich lifestyle and forced to survive… The zombie virus has torn through the world, and Winter and a group of survivors must get to the Thames Winter deals with the loss of her parents, the […]

Review: The Incurables by Jon Bassoff

  9/10 I absolutely loved this book. It was dark, twisted,  gory in parts and psychologically messed up – what’s not to love?! Jon Bassoff is now on my list of authors to look out for, I gather that he’s previous work is equally awesome and has been adapted for the tellybox. This book was […]

Review : The Visit

7/10 M. Night Shyamalan films will always get a look in from me, Sixth Sense and The Village made such an impact on me that I’ll forgive some of the flops in his repertoire. Obviously I’m not going to give away the twist in the plot, but I reckon we’re all seasoned enough film viewers […]

Review: The Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham

One day I will give a book a bad review but today is not that day. I was already biased in favour of this book for a couple of reasons; I remember my mum telling me she had to read this book in highschool and that she was terrified that the triffids would come to […]