Small Spaces is a fantastic novel that is incredibly spooky that deals with mature themes making for an incredible unputdownable eerie read.
Neil Christopher deftly puts the stories together without editorializing, allowing Inuit writers to tell their own stories about their own culture.
Lake manages to do that critical work while presenting a diverse cast of characters. While the first half is a bit of a slog, Blood Born sticks the landing
With a promising start and strong premise, this novel ultimately falls short as a Gothic thriller, taking a drastic, unpredictable, and ill-fitting left turn.
Keeping up with the macabre and delving into murder-mystery, Maniscalco wows readers and keeps them at the edge of their seats as they try to unravel yet another gruesome murder upon a floating ocean liner.
Another amazing retelling by Christina Henry that takes Little Red Riding Hood to apocalyptic heights.
Curse of the Evil Librarian brings to the Evil Librarian series to a wonderful, witty, action-packed conclusion that will keep the reader glued to the pages.
A fun exciting sequel that has a wonderful character, interesting premise, and theatrical drama to keep the reader thoroughly entertained.