Book Review: A Parallel Life (Edmund Lester)

Ben Williamson is dead…at least that is what his family, friends and colleagues think when they see his face and name in the news. It’s a shock, especially to Ben who is very much alive. As it turns out he had a double, a man who looked almost completely identical to him in every way.

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Horror Book Review – Bad Vision by Dave Jeffery

British horror and suspense author, Dave Jeffery has released a new novella titled Bad Vision. Bad Vision came out on the 18th of October and was published by Hersham Horror Books.

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Book Review: Heaven’s Witches (A.R. Braun)

A.R. Braun’s latest book, Heaven’s Witches is billed as potentially his sickest story yet and after reading it, it certainly will turn a few stomachs. Don’t let that put you off though, this is a thrilling and interesting story that has an excellent payoff.

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Book Review – Extinction by Iain Rob Wright

The third part of British author, Iain Rob Wright’s Hell on Earth series is called Extinction. It was published in June 2017 and carries on the series which sees mankind face utter annihilation at the hand’s of demons and fallen angels sent directly from the depths of hell.

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Book Review – Legion by Iain Rob Wright

Book 2 in the Hell on Earth series is called Legion and follows directly on from the first book, The Gates. Written by the excellent Iain Rob Wright, Legion was published in 2016 and brings us back into the remains of a world and the remains of humanity being devastated by an army of hell’s demons.

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Book Review – The Gates by Iain Rob Wright

“For thousands of years a terrible enemy has been waiting. Now the gates are open and humanity’s extinction is about to begin”.

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Book Review – Sleeping Beauties (Stephen King and Owen King)

Sleeping Beauties is a novel written by Stephen King in collaboration with his son Owen King. It was released in September 2017 and is a dark, grisly horror story focusing predominantly on the horrors brought forth by men upon the world and the woman within it.

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