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Lora Hates Spam
Lora Hates Spam rated it 1 year ago
by Terry M. West The title of this is a little misleading because the featured creature isn't actually a pet. An aspiring writer lives in a small rural town where most neighbors are renters and not long term residents, except for the man who keeps to himself and has No Trespassing signs all over h...
Bookiemavon
Bookiemavon rated it 5 years ago
What if Dracula and Frankenstein and other horror/paranormal creatures walk amongst us? Frankenstein known as Johnny Stucke has had a major falling out with Dracula and has gone off on his own to build his own empire in New York. Like the Mob he had his fingers in many pies, including the selling o...
Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 5 years ago
This is a weird book to try to talk about. I mean, its obviously Dracula vs. Frankenstein but … Frankenstein is also now a mob-boss type person who rules the city, and finances creature-porn on the side. Dracula’s just an arrogant toe-rag, so nothing new there. The story really is told through the ...
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins rated it 7 years ago
The Baker Johnson Tales is an ongoing series of short stories by Terry M. West, all of them dealing with Baker Johnson, the Black Room inherited from his grandfather, and their shared legacy of darkness.The year is 1925, the science of parapsychologist is just beginning to read its height of popular...
The Primroses Were Over
The Primroses Were Over rated it 7 years ago
In the end, I was disappointed with this collection. The frame story was completely awesome. I was not expecting pretty much anything that I read. The following stories, painted as "case files," were almost invariably a letdown. Quite a few of them deviated from theme and were absolutely not beli...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
I think this was a teenage vampire graphic novel series that ended too soon and showed some promise to it despite a rushed and not so thoroughly vetted plot. I won't say it was one of the better ones I've read, but I remember buying this from the scholastic ordering series back in middle school and...
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