Category Archives: Horror

Rob’s Critical Book Review: “Blood Fugue,” by Joseph D’Lacey

Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system. *One Star: A crime against God and man. *Two Stars: Poor, or otherwise not ready for publication. *Three … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Book Review: “Redheads,” by Jonathan Moore

Rob’s Critical Book Review: “Redheads,” by Jonathan Moore Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system. *One Star: A crime against God and man. *Two Stars: … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Book Review: “Yesterdays Children,” by Jackie G. Williams

Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system. *One Star: A crime against God and man. *Two Stars: Poor, or otherwise not ready for publication. *Three … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Book Review: “Underground,” by Craig Spector

Rob’s Critical Book Review: “Underground,” by Craig Spector Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system. *One Star: A crime against God and man. *Two Stars: … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Book Review: “A Matter of Blood,” by Sarah Pinborough

  Rob’s Critical Book Review: “A Matter of Blood,” by Sarah Pinborough   Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system.   *One Star: A crime … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Book Review: “Meat,” by Joseph D’Lacey

Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system. *One Star: A crime against God and man. *Two Stars: Poor, or otherwise not ready for publication. *Three … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Book Review: “Bird Box,” by Josh Malerman

Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system. *One Star: A crime against God and man. *Two Stars: Poor, or otherwise not ready for publication. *Three … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Book Review: “The Hoard,” by Alan Ryker

Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system. *One Star: A crime against God and man. *Two Stars: Poor, or otherwise not ready for publication. *Three … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Review: “Idols & Cons,” by S.S. Michaels

Though I’m sure to upset some authors and publishers who, understandably, want five-star reviews, I’ve my own definition of the five-star system. *One Star: A crime against God and man. *Two Stars: Poor, or otherwise not ready for publication. *Three … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Review: “The Conjuring Glass, Book One of The Phoenix Girls,” by Brian Knight

When thirteen-year-old orphan Penny Sinclair moves to the small town of Dogwood to live with her godmother, she expects her life to become very dull. She doesn’t expect to find a strange talking fox roaming the countryside near her new … Continue reading

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