Hayley Knighten

REVIEW & GIVEAWAY: Little Girls By Ronald Malfi

REVIEW & GIVEAWAY: Little Girls By Ronald Malfi

Creepy kids? Check. Haunted house? Check. Eerie doll? Check. If a chilling ghost story is what you’re looking for, Ronald Malfi’s Little Girls has all the ingredients to keep you up at night. In Little Girls, Laurie returns to her childhood home after the death of her estranged father. Her father suffered from dementia and […]

 Hayley Knighten

BOOK REVIEW: The Witching House by Brian Moreland

BOOK REVIEW: The Witching House by Brian Moreland

Ask any horror fan what they’re passionate about and you’ll find that movies consistently top their lists. I’m always recommending books to fellow horror nerds only to be met with bored stares. Well, Brian Moreland’s The Witching Hour is a book for all horror fans. Yes, even those that swear they never read. Like a […]

 Hayley Knighten

BOOK REVIEW: The Girl from the Blood Coven by Brian Moreland

BOOK REVIEW: The Girl from the Blood Coven by Brian Moreland

As AC/DC put it, “If you want blood, you got it.” Brian Moreland’s horror short story The Girl From The Blood Coven delivers a heart-pounding thriller with just enough mystery to whet your appetite for the follow-up novella, The Witching House. Download the free ebook Publisher | Amazon | Nook So a blood-soaked girl walks into a […]

 Hayley Knighten

BOOK REVIEW: Divergent Series by Veroncia Roth

BOOK REVIEW: Divergent Series by Veroncia Roth

With the Insurgent movie opening next month, I figured it was time for me to buckle down and finish the Divergent series by Veronica Roth. Divergent I read the first installment, Divergent last year and, I’ll be honest, I wasn’t impressed. While the plot was interesting, the writing fell flat. Dystopian Chicago was intriguing, but […]

 Hayley Knighten

Book Review: Penpal by Dathan Auerbach

Book Review: Penpal by Dathan Auerbach

You know those crane machines filled with cheap stuffed toys and the occasional awesome one that you simply must have? Penpal is a lot like those. The writing is long-winded and poorly paced, but if you’re patient, you will find the story is worth the trouble and the purse full of coins it costs to buy the book. […]

 Stefani Sloma

Book Review: The Intern by Gabrielle Tozer

Book Review: The Intern by Gabrielle Tozer

Gabrielle Tozer’s The Intern, published by HarperCollins, is an enjoyable read but rather unrealistic. THE INTERN AUTHOR: Gabrielle Tozer PUBLISHER: HarperCollins RELEASE DATE: October 14, 2014 GENRE: Young adult, contemporary LENGTH: 336 pages Check our The Intern for yourself! Buy a copy today. BOOBS. Does that grab your attention? Because that’s how Gabrielle Tozer’s The Intern […]

 Stefani Sloma

Book review: Necroscope by Brian Lumley

Book review: Necroscope by Brian Lumley

My dad has been trying to convince me to read Brian Lumley’s Necroscope series for a long time. Like, a LONG time. So I finally made a deal with him: I’ll read one book a month of the thirteen book series until I’ve finished. This marks the beginning of a continuing series of my reviews […]

 Stefani Sloma

ARC Review: The Revealed by Jessica Hickam

ARC Review: The Revealed by Jessica Hickam

Take a dystopian novel then add in what are essentially X-Men mutants, and you’ve basically got The Revealed. THE REVEALEDAUTHOR: Jessica HickamPUBLISHER: SparkPressRELEASE DATE: June 17, 2014GENRE: Dystopian, Sci-fiLENGTH: 314 pages Don’t miss out! Pre-order your copy of  The Revealed now. I was both really surprised and really impressed with Hickam’s debut novel. I requested this book on NetGalley because […]

 Hayley Knighten

A very superhero book review of “Sidekick”!

A very superhero book review of “Sidekick”!

Sidekick takes everything you love about chick lit comedies like Bridget Jones’s Diary and throws them into the superhero realm. Author, Auralee Wallace delivers laughs, action and heart in her début novel. Bremy St. James used to be an heiress; now she sleeps beside a toilet in a tiny apartment. She left her old life […]

 Hayley Knighten

Olde School – A new age of hard knocks

Olde School – A new age of hard knocks

Fairy tales merge with the modern era in Selah Janel’s dark fantasy adventure Olde School. “Caught in a tug of war between past and future, that’s what I am.” Paddlelump “Padd” Stonemonger is a business man first and a troll second. He runs a successful troll bridge that leads to a beautiful clearing and a […]

 Hayley Knighten

Book Review: The Truth About Alice

Book Review: The Truth About Alice

Jennifer Mathieu packs a punch. Her debut novel opens with rumors of Alice Franklin, the girl they say slept with two guys at a party. The girl who caused Brandon Fitzsimmons to die in a car accident. She used to be cool. She used to be well-liked, so what happened? Setting us straight are four […]

 Ryan Thomason

Wool Omnibus Edition (Wool 1 – 5) (Silo Saga) – Book Review

Wool Omnibus Edition (Wool 1 – 5) (Silo Saga) – Book Review

If you even REMOTELY like Science Fiction, you MUST read Wool. Man, trying to come up with a great intro about this book is hard, hard. Why? Do you ask? Well, it’s not that often that I read something that really take my conceptions of Science Fiction, Post-Apocalyptic and a splash of Dystopian, then blows […]

 Ryan Thomason

Spirit of Fire, Book Review

Spirit of Fire, Book Review

I finally finished the third book in the ongoing series Fires in Eden by Stephen Zimmer and damn, I’m in mixed emotions. (In a good way)