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text 2018-07-10 18:45
June 2018-That's A Wrap!
Providence: A Novel - Caroline Kepnes
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood - Trevor Noah
Hyenas - Michael Sellars
The Tea Party - Charles L. Grant,Matt Godfrey
Lucifer, Book One - Neil Gaiman,Ryan Kelly,James Hodgkins,Dean Ormston,Peter Gross,Chris Weston,Scott Hampton,Mike Carey
The Cabin at the End of the World - Paul Tremblay
Sea of Rust - C. Robert Cargill
They Feed - Jason Parent
The Woman in the Woods - John Connolly
An Exorcism of Angels - Stephanie M. Wytovich,Corinne Gahan

I only read 11 books last month! 



Graphic Novels



Lucifer, Book One by Mike Carey 5*


Total: 1




Total: 0




Born a Crime: Stories From A South African Childhood by Trevor Noah 5*

The Tea Party by Charles Grant, narrated by Matt Godfrey 4*

An Exorcism of Angels by Stephanie M. Wytovich, (poetry) narrated by Corinne Gahan 4*

Sea of Rust by C. Robert Cargill, narrated by Eva Kaminski 3.5*


Total: 4


ARCS/Reads for Review


Hyenas by Michael Sellars 4*

Providence by Caroline Kepnes 4.5*

The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay 4*

The Woman in the Woods by John Connolly 5*

Springfield Confidential: Jokes, Secrets & Outright Lies From a Lifetime of Writing for The Simpsons by Mike Reiss 4*

They Feed by Jason Parent 4*


Total: 6




Horror Aficionados Mount TBR Challenge:

Challenge: Read 40 Books Already on my TBR


1. City of the Dead by Brian Keene

2. The Warblers by Amber Fallon

3. October by Michael Rowe

4. It's A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World by Curtis Lawson

5. Bad Pennies by John Leonard

6.Cold in July by Joe Lansdale

7. Sea of Rust by C. Robert Cargill


 Running Total: 85



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review 2018-07-09 20:48
Freaking Me Out – They Feed by Jason Parent @AuthorJasParent
They Feed - Jason Parent



I am a huge fan of Jason Parent and his ability to scare the bejesus out of me. He did not fail to do so in They Feed. I love book covers with the trees and woods on them and this cover is so eerie, I know there is some badness in them thar woods.


Jason shot me a signed ARC and a couple of beautiful bookmarks of Seeing Evil. I wanted to review this as soon as I finished reading it in May, but unfortunately, sometimes things don’t go as planned. I plan to do better next time.


Cover Art by Zach McCain


Great job Zach!


They Feed

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OMG. Everything, the title, cover, the woods…makes me eager to begin my ‘hike’ through the pages of They Feed by Jason Parent.


I am a huge fan of Jason Parent and his ability to scare the bejesus out of me. He did not fail to do so in They Feed. I love book covers with the trees and woods on them and this cover is so eerie, I know there is some badness in them there woods.


Uh oh, Tyler”s past was waiting to catch up with him and he was ready to face it, or what he thought IT was. He was prepared….not by a long shot. LOL

In the real world, men were the only monsters.

Unless you are reading a Jason Parent story. LOL

…stabbing with their steely knives…


WOW, love that ending. Some fall, some stand tall, some love, some die…and I was shocked at some of it.


He covers the real the unreal, and the evil dredged from a twisted mind. I wonder how you come up with these ideas, Jason. I LOVE your ability to FREAK ME OUT and PISS ME OFF…and that is all I’m saying because I so not want to spoil the FUN (LOL) for everyone.


Jason you are a master storyteller.


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review 2018-06-28 18:45
THEY FEED by Jason Parent
They Feed - Jason Parent


You know, I'm just unclear about why people insist on camping and enjoying "the great" outdoors. If they read the kind of books I read, they wouldn't do that. THEY FEED is one of those books.


I'm going to keep this short because there are plenty of reviews already out there. If terrible people getting chased and eaten by creatures that that resemble moving pieces of poo sounds like your idea of fun, this book is for you! And I'm not talking fun or humorous pieces of poo, like Mr. Hankey here:


I'm talking fast moving pieces of poo with teeth. Pieces that talk to each other, commune, if you will, to gang up on their victims.


There are some interesting characters here, none of whom comes of the woods in the same condition in which they went in. Which brings me full circle, back to the woods. Just don't go in there! Don't do it!


Highly recommended for horror fans, most especially fans of creature features! Hidey Ho!


*I was provided a free e-book in exchange for my honest review. This is it. Further, I consider Jason Parent to be a friend, both online and off, but that did not affect the content of my review.*

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text 2018-06-22 14:30
#Friday Reads! June 22, 2018
They Feed - Jason Parent
Lucifer Book Two - DEAN ORMSTROM,Various Authors,Peter Gross,Mike Carey
Night-Gaunts and Other Tales of Suspense - Joyce Carol Oates
Sea of Rust - C. Robert Cargill
Hysteria - Stephanie M. Wytovich


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review 2018-06-06 01:40
The Feed by Nick Clark Windo
The Feed - Nick Clark Windo

Post-apocalyptic sf with an interesting edge to it.

In the near-future, just about everyone is on 'The Feed', it is social networking wired into your head with the ability to interface with everyone simultaneously, alter your perceptions of your surroundings, look up facts, videos and even your own memories - perfectly captured - so that overall one can do everything and anything but talk to other people. Tom has the feed, of course, but resists using it and convinces his partner Kate to disengage from it as well from time to time.

The novel jumps forward and reveals a world torn apart by The Feed's sudden absence. During a global crisis it is shut down, but it is too late. People had become so dependent on the Feed that it was difficult to function without it. Few remembered anything. There is something more sinister, however. It is revealed early on that there is a strange possessive force that anyone who was once connected to the Feed is vulnerable to.

Tom and Kate are a part of a group of survivors who are trying to raise a new generation, but there are many difficulties and when disaster hits them again, they have to do whatever it takes to survive and bring their daughter home again.

Truly enjoyable. What was really interesting was how Windo approached humanities connection with technology from a philosophical point of view and then encased it in this novel.

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