• Cosmovorous

    Cosmovorous, by R. C. Hausen

    Cosmovorous, by R. C. Hausen Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, I’m reviewing Cosmovorous, a new and gripping horror novel by R. C. Hausen. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About The story opens on Halloween night. After a series of shady events, bar worker Esmeralda begins to hallucinate a variety of unnerving things. Disembodied voices implore her to ‘come see,’ although what they’re tempting her toward is not initially…

  • Winterset Hollow

    Winterset Hollow, by Jonathan Durham

    Winterset Hollow, by Jonathan Durham Hey guys, Are you having a good week so far? Today, I’m happy to share my review of Winterset Hollow, a stunning Fantasy-Horror novel by Jonathan Durham. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About Set in the United States, Winterset Hollow follows John Eamon Buckley and his friends Mark and Caroline as they make a pilgrimage to Addington Manor. There, they plan to pay their respects to the author of…

  • Latcher, by Mike Dineen

    Hi guys, how have you been? Have you stumbled across any exciting new reads lately? Luckily, I have, in the form of Mike Dineen’s supernatural horror novel, Latcher. Today, I’d like to share my review and get your thoughts on this dark and suspenseful tale. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand, let’s begin. About When Joanna’s estranged twin sister calls her to tell her their mother is missing, Joanna gets on a bus to their dreary home town, Squall’s Edge, where she…

  • The Crows

    The Crows, by C. M. Rosens

    Hi guys, hopefully you’ve all been keeping well since I spoke to you last. Please forgive my often short introductions: I’m a bit of a wallflower but am trying to push myself to open up more, so please bear with me. Today’s review discusses The Crows, a fantasy horror novel, by author C. M. Rosens. Set in a deserted countryside town, it explores long kept arcane secrets and mysteries. About: When Carrie Rickard moves to an old manor, Fairwood House, known to locals as The…

  • grave mistake, charlotte munro, book review

    A Grave Mistake (Horror Collection)

    Good afternoon from a rare, sunny England. I hope you’re having a good week so far. Today, I’m reviewing A Grave Mistake, a collection of short horror stories by author and horror enthusiast, Charlotte Munro. Examples of recurring topics I identified were: Retribution Curiosity getting the better of people Terrible / ‘Grave’ Mistakes Dark Magic Wishes that get out of hand My Favourite Stories Serendipity (the longest story) was my ultimate favourite. Munro definitely saved the best for last. If you love sleepy towns with dark…