Tag: horror book review

Geek Love by Katherine Dunn

Oly is an albino hunchback dwarf, yet her deformities aren’t as desirable as her siblings’. She’s not as beautiful nor musically inclined as Iphy and Elly, the lissome Siamese twins. She’s not as charismatic and entertaining as Arty the Aquaboy, who has flippers instead of arms and legs. Yet she’s a member of the Binewski family, and that counts as something.

Abyss by Darren Gallagher

Thirteen tales, ranging from horrific creatures emerging from another realm, to the hellish secrets of a dingy bar. Monsters of all shapes and sizes take the spotlight, some deadlier than others.

The Sorrows by Jonathan Janz

Ben Shadeland and Eddie Blaze are running out of time to produce a score for an upcoming, big-budget horror flick. Feeling the pressure, yet having creative difficulty, they travel to the Sorrows, an island with a gruesome history. Their intention is simple – to soak up the atmosphere and gain inspiration so that they can finally present a suitable piece of music. The consequences of past events resurface however, and quickly extinguish any chance of success.