Reviews

The Grim Reader Digs into the New DMD

Adrian Shotbolt (AKA Beavis the Bookhead AKA The Grim Reader AKA The World’s Most Knowledgable Cricket Enthusiasts) has once again covered our latest issue of Dark Moon Digest over on his wonderful review blog. We here love Adrian, especially when he has the good sense to say nice things about us. We’re […]

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IN THE VALLEY OF THE SUN is Heavy with Texas Dread

reviewed by Max Booth III A cowboy with a dark secret, floating from honky tonk to honky tonk, claiming the lives of drunk women with a blade blessed with death. A motel owner with a troubled son and a diminishing bank account. A woman cursed with immortality and an insatiable […]

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Nothing Happens in GWENDY’S BUTTON BOX

Reviewed by Max Booth III Back in February, Entertainment Weekly blew everybody’s minds by announcing a brand new novella from Stephen King. The fact that he’d written something new obviously came to no surprise. The dude is one of the most prolific writers in history. What did astonish us all, […]

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I Don’t Know What’s in There, But It’s Weird and Pissed Off Whatever It Is: A Review of ENTROPY IN BLOOM

Review by Tony McMillen I am a notorious late adopter. If I get into a band you can bet that they just broke up or the original bass player just o.d.’ed, if I get into a director it’s only after they made their return to form movie 15 years after […]

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CYCLOPS ROAD is a Hilarious Road-Trip Delight

The horror-comedy combo genre is not an easy feat to accomplish in literature. David Wong nailed it pretty damn well in John Dies at the End and its sequel, This Book is Full of Spiders; Seriously, Dude, Don’t Touch It, and Christopher Moore’s basically the world champion at this point, […]

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