Fiction in which events evoke a feeling of dread and sometimes fear in both the characters and the reader. Includes ghosts, monsters, vampires, zombies, supernatural creatures that threaten, the Occult, slasher, survival horror, etc.
The book’s title is, unfortunately, accurate.
The Utterly Uninteresting and Unadventurous Tales of Fred, the Vampire Accountant
by Drew Hayes
REUTS Publications, LLC
The book is a collection of stories that introduce the characters, one by one, and show some adventures that work out because they do. … Continue Reading ››
Here's something I've never read before: a zombie novel. With super heroes. How this wasn't a thing before this book series was written I'll never understand!
Ex Series 1
By Peter Clines
The novel takes place in Hollywood. Heroes have turned a movie lot into a … Continue Reading ››
It's (dissapointingly) normal to say a movie doesn't follow a book well, but I was surprised by just how far BOTH movies strayed from the source material of this book.
I Am Legend
by Richard Matheson
Here you find a thoughtful, plodding, psychological story of one man, … Continue Reading ››
A strange interesting post apocalyptic novel where a devastating virus kills a massive amount of people in the world and at the same time magic awakens in the world. I'm looking forward to the next novel.
By Nora Roberts
St. Martin's Press
FYI: NSFW at times, … Continue Reading ››
The book starts with journal entries by a man who has recently lost his wife. His pschologist suggested that starting a blog would help him work through his feelings. Infortunately, in Russia there is an outbreak of something that will make his journal about so much … Continue Reading ››
Makoto Ozaki made the choice to live. Now he has to live with it.
Part 1 of 3
by Shuzo Oshimi
A vampire is loose. Makoto Ozaki is a young high school student who goes out one night to get a movie and ends up getting … Continue Reading ››
A slow moving novella that leaves the reader wanting more.
The Emperor's Railroad
by Guy Haley
read by Tim Gerard Reynolds
Macmillan Audio / Tor
April 2016 UPDATE: The previous version of this review was based on a copy where there were parts of the audio book missing from the … Continue Reading ››
The Governor is dead. Killed by Lily Caul at the battle for the Prison. Woodbury turns to new leadership as it tries to survive the aftermath.
The Walking Dead
by Jay Bonansinga
read by Fred Berman
Thomas Dunne / Macmillan Audio
Lily doesn't want to be the new leader of … Continue Reading ››
A team of scientists and sailors plan on living in a 5 story sphere on the bottom of the ocean, at 20,000 feet, next to an underwater volcano, for a year with no way to be contacted by the outside world and where rising to the surface could take days. What could go wrong?
Deep Black … Continue Reading ››
For the first time in four years there isn't a new Walking Dead Governor novel this October. Starting in The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor in 2011 followed by The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury in 2012, Robert Kirkman the creator of the Walking Dead has been showering fans of the comics and … Continue Reading ››