The Whisper Man

The first I ever head of Alex North's debut novel, The Whisper Man, was when it was a Book of the Month selection last August. Instantly, I knew I needed to read it - the cover and synopsis both alighted my imagination, and I love anything scary, especially if it might be supernatural. So I... Continue Reading →

Little Darlings

Three months ago, I discovered Little Darlings by Melanie Golding thanks to Book of the Month. Its spooky cover and title captured my interest, and with the description, I was sold. Along with Riley Sager's Lock Every Door and Silvia Moreno-Garcia's Gods of Jade and Shadow, Little Darlings become my third and final July 2019... Continue Reading →

The Devil Aspect

A few weeks ago, I stumbled across The Devil Aspect by Craig Russell on a display shelf at a book store. It's one of those books that instantly grabs your attention, with its intriguing title and unsettling cover art. I knew I wouldn't be able to wait long to read it. The Devil Aspect is... Continue Reading →

The Apartment

I love horror films. Horror may be my favorite genre, especially when it's psychological and involves ghosts and a haunted atmosphere. Perhaps surprisingly, though, I've never read any horror books. So when I stumbled across The Apartment by S. L. Grey, I was intrigued. It's published by Blumhouse Books, an offshoot of the film production... Continue Reading →

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