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 – 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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Book Review – The Maker’s Hand: An Alex Rainer Mystery by J.T. Turner

The Maker’s Hand is a dark, mystery/crime novel surrounding the world of magic, illusion and murder. Based in London it forms the second part of a series of books following a detective called Alex Rainer brought to us by Birmingham based J.T. Turner.

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Horror Book Review – Frostbite (Dave Jeffery)

Frostbite is the title of British author, Dave Jeffery’s most recent release. Published in June 2017 through Severed Press, a backlog of books to read meant it has taken until now for me to finally get my head buried in it.

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Horror Book Review – Worship Me (Craig Stewart)

Worship Me is the debut novel from Canadian author, Craig Stewart and it is one hell of a way to announce yourself. Originally published in July, 2017 with HellBound Books Publishing, Worship Me is a vivid, nightmarish jaunt into the deepest and darkest depths of humanity and the things we will do to save ourselves.

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Horror Book Review – The Original’s Retribution by David Watkins

Sergeant Peter Knowles has sworn to hunt down the remaining wolves in Britain and kill them all. He wants revenge for the massacre that took the lives of his friends. The wolf packs are scattered and scared but someone new has started to galvanise them. Someone terrifying. Someone closer to Knowles than he could ever suspect.

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