Posted on Jan 20, 2019
James is ecstatic to be able to return home and spend summer with his father; the loss of his old life when his parents were still together has left a hole in his heart. Now back amongst friends and discovering what could be love, James’s life couldn’t get any better. That is, until his father starts behaving strangely in front of the window.
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Posted on Oct 23, 2018
It’s a great month and a good time for horror novels new and old!
Posted on Feb 7, 2018
The definition of “splatterpunk” should give an idea of what this volume entails: characterised by the explicit description of horrific, violent, or pornographic scenes. With an abundance of monsters, gore, and sexual tones, it stays true to the nature of the sub-genre. My advice? Just be prepared.
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