Book Review: Perfect Child by Lucinda Berry

Author: Lucinda Berry Release Date: 1st March 2019 Genre: Mystery, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Dark Fiction Series: Edition: E-book Pages: 364 Publisher: Thomas & Mercer Blurb: A page-turning debut of suspense about a young couple desperate to have a child of their own—and the unsettling consequences of getting what they always wanted. Christopher and Hannah are a…

Book Review: Maybe The Dream Knows What Is Real by Steve Grogan

Author: Steve Grogan Release Date: 24th June 2018 Genre: Horror, short story, dark Series:  Edition: E-book Pages: 61 Publisher: Self-Published Blurb: He was lost, directionless, unable to find his identity. He thought he found it in her, which was good because he was teetering on the edge of madness. She had no way of knowing her actions…

Book Review: Why She Lied by Julie Coons

Author: Julie Coons Release Date: 3rd March 2019 Genre: Psychological thriller, Dark Fiction, Crime, Adult, Suspense, Mystery Series:  Edition: E-book Pages: 183 Publisher: Self-Published Blurb: Will she have to lose her child to save her child? The day she tells her boyfriend she’s pregnant, is the same day he tells her he’s been accused of molestation. His trial…

Book Review: Strange Weather by Joe Hill

Author: Joe Hill Release Date: 24th October 2017 Genre: Horror, Supernatural, Dark, Short Stories Series:  Edition: Hardback Pages: 448 Publisher: Gollancz Blurb: Four short novels from the author of THE FIREMAN and HORNS, ranging from creepy horror to powerful explorations of our modern society. One autumnal day in Boulder, Colorado, the clouds open up in a downpour of nails, splinters of…

Book Review: The Subject And The Scientist by Montana Stayer

Author: Montana Stayer Release Date: 6th February 2018 Genre: Science Fiction, Dark Fiction Series:   Edition: E-book Pages: 187 Publisher: – Blurb: The Scientist’s daughter was dying and he was desperate to save her by any means necessary. He illegally and artificially created the Subject, the perfect donor body, but was taken by surprise when the Subject turned…

Book Review: Something Needs Bleeding: The Final Novel by Thomas Singer by Christopher Long

Author: Christopher Long Release Date: 28th September 2015 Genre: Horror, Dark Edition: E-book Pages: 334 Publisher: Wallace Publishing Rating: ★★★★★ Blurb: Kensington Gore is a man on a mission. He always aims to give his readers something fresh from the world of horror. Only this time he is offering you something a little different. This time he is offering you a piece…

Book Review: The Beekeeper’s Daughter by Jane Jordan

Author: Jane Jordan   Release Date: 26th November 2016 Genre: Dark Thriller, Historical Edition: E-book Pages:  Publisher: Black Opal Books Rating: ★★★ Blurb: Annabel Taylor, a beekeeper’s daughter, grows up wild and carefree on the moors of England in the late 1860s, following in the footsteps of her mother, a beautiful witch. Annabel’s closest friend is Jevan Wenham. The son of the…

Novella Review: Fly And Other Stories

A book of six short stories. Winner of the 2014 Ada Cambridge Prose Prize, ‘fly’ tells the story about a power struggle between two women whose relationship is doomed from the start yet neither can let go, one because of a desire for power and control, the other because of an inability to let go of her need for escapism and change.

Book Review: Cube Sleuth

Author: David Terruso Release Date: 7th January, 2015 Series: Stand Alone Genre: Mystery | Fiction | Dark Comedy Edition: Kindle Pages: 307 Publisher: Full Fathom Five Digital Source: NetGalley BLURB Bobby Pinker hates his humdrum corporate job. He only has one friend at work, a comedian named Ron. Just as their friendship starts to blossom,…

Book Review: Pet Sematary

Author: Stephen King Release Date: January 1, 1983 Series: None Genre: Thriller | Fiction | Paranormal | Horror | Adult | Fantasy | Zombies | Suspense | Dark-Fiction Pages: 465 ISBN NO.: 978-0-340-95146-0 Publisher: Hachette India Blurb The house looked right, felt right, to Dr. Louis Creed. Rambling, old, unsmart and comfortable. A place where the family could…

Book Review: Skive

Author: Paul Adam levy Release Date: April 19, 2014 Series: None Genre: Dark-Comedy | Fiction Edition: mobi Pages: 114 Publisher: Self-Published Interest: Requested by author Source: Author (Thanks a lot Paul!) Buy it here: Amazon   Blurb Skive is a black comedy that introduces a dysfunctional man who, disillusioned with his boring, hum drum life working in a supermarket, is…

Book Review: Girl Nevermore

Genre: YA | Contemporary | Dark-Fiction My Rating: 3 + 1/2 Read my review of Girl Nevermore at JC’s Book Haven. You can also read this review at Goodreads. Blurb: Last week, Cooper Mesa was a quiet, studious bookworm. This week, she feels unworthy of love or forgiveness. When Cooper's twin sister, Kayla, tries to end her own…