Melody is the first book in the Logan Family series of 5 books by VC Andrews. If you're a VC Andrews fan, then you know that she usually writes all of her books into a series of at least 4 or 5 books, like a mini-series, and each series is named for the characters in… Continue reading Melody by VC Andrews
The Cycle of the Werewolf is a delightful illustrated short story by the master of horror himself, Stephen King. And by delightful, I don't mean happy. I mean that delicious kind of creepy that is just so thrilling. The illustrations are fantastic! The story was intriguing and easy to follow. The characters were interesting enough… Continue reading The Cycle of the Werewolf by Stephen King. Illustrated by Bernie Wrightson.
This novel has some triggering content. Be aware of: murder; child abuse; predatory relationships. The Chalk Man was recommended to me by a bookstore worker back in the summer. I started it, got side tracked and recently picked it up again a couple of days ago and really got into it. It was an easy… Continue reading The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor
The Hunger is based on the real events surrounding the disappearance of the Donner Party in the mid 1840s as they tried to pioneer their way across the USA to California in hopes of a better life. The Hunger followed a few different characters quite closely, which I enjoyed, and the story itself was excellent.… Continue reading The Hunger by Alma Katsu
The Fireman is the first novel that I have ever read by Joe Hill, and I just could not get enough of it. I had been reading his dad's (Stephen King) writing since 2006, when my highschool best friend randomly lent me Wizard & Glass. I don't remember how I got onto Joe Hill being… Continue reading The Fireman by Joe Hill
This book was soo deliciously creepy! I want to say so much about it, but I don't want to give away any spoilers so it's super hard! Basically, there's an island of strange creatures, a mad scientist, and his lovely daughter about to find out the horrible truth about her father. It has vibes of… Continue reading The Madman’s Daughter by Megan Shepherd