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Parasite Positive by Scott Westerfeld

Cal Thompson’s life as a college freshman is left behind when he becomes the host of a parasite after a one-night fling, yet rather than transforming into a ravenous monster as is the usual outcome, he gains much of the benefits without the drawbacks –… Continue Reading “Parasite Positive by Scott Westerfeld”

Moon Sworn by Keri Arthur (2015 Review)

Riley Jenson’s life takes a dramatic turn when she awakes in the desert, confused and alone. She can’t remember who she is, or who to trust, even when her so-called brother rescues her. Everything feels so wrong, from her very name to specific details of her past. If only her memories would return, she’d be able to tell truth from lie, and friend from foe.

The Magic Cottage by James Herbert (2017 Review)

Tired of the hustle and bustle of the city of London, young couple Mike and Midge are determined to find a home that offers them a brighter – and quieter – future. Much to their delight, that perfect home comes in the form of Gramarye; a breathtaking, isolated cottage that appears too good to be true. Eager to move right in and settle down, they soon experience the enchanting wonders Gramarye has to offer, along with the sinister ugliness that lurks just beneath its surface.