• Harvest

    Harvest: The True Story of Alien Abduction

    Harvest, by G. L. Davies Hey guys, hopefully you all had a Happy New Year. Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? I’m starting a Psychology degree with the Open University in February, so am counting it as one of mine. Book-wise: today, I’m reviewing Harvest: The True Story of Alien Abduction, by author G. L. Davies. About The book follows the paranormal ordeals of the Pembrokeshire people in Wales. One young woman’s experiences in particular are focused on, a lady who has here been…

  • Screamcatcher

    Screamcatcher, Book 3: The Shimmering Eye

    Screamcatcher: The Shimmering Eye, by Christy. J. Breedlove Hey guys, how has your week been? Are you looking forward to any winter celebrations? I’m eagerly awaiting Christmas with my partner, so the days can’t go fast enough. For today’s post, I’m excited to be reviewing Screamcatcher: The Shimmering Eye, an intriguing paranormal investigation story written by Christy. J. Breedlove. About Jory and her friends, now taken to the world of paranormal investigation, are off to explore Skinwalker Ranch, one of the most haunted locations in…

  • Knight in Paper Armor

    Knight in Paper Armor

    Hi guys, I hope you’re having a lovely weekend. Today, I’m excited to be sharing my review for Knight in Paper Armor, by Nicholas Conley, a story infused with science fiction and supernatural elements. About The story is set in Heaven’s Hole, a small town dominated by Thorne Century, a large and oppressive corporation, who are running illegal experiments on teenagers. Billy, a young Jewish boy with otherworldly abilities, is kept as a research subject by Thorne Century. When Billy is permitted to attend school…

  • Bad Parts, Brandon McNulty, book review

    Bad Parts

    Hi guys, how has your week been? Any interesting developments? I know I don’t usually speak much about my own life and I do apologize. It’s something I plan to work on in future. The past week has been a whirlwind here. After a long wait, I was assessed for and diagnosed with Adhd last Friday, so (all things going well), things may finally start to improve this end and you may find me opening up more on the blog. Thank you to everyone who…

  • 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…

  • the wicked deep, shea ernshaw

    The Wicked Deep, by Shea Ernshaw

    Morning, I hope you’re all well. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Wicked deep, by Shea Ernshaw. If you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are nice and comfortable, then let’s dive right in. Summary The Wicked Deep, by Shea Ernshaw is a dark fantasy novel with supernatural elements set in the isolated town of Sparrow. For two centuries, the Swan Sisters’ curse has plagued the town. Each year, the spirits of the swan sisters possess an unsuspecting young girl to do their…

  • daed remnants, armarna forbes, book review,urban fantasy

    Dead Remnants

    Dead Remnants, by Armarna Forbes is a YA Urban Fantasy tale that follows young Ashen on a journey into the afterlife. As a young child, Ashen was visited by a terrifying supernatural presence, but it wasn’t a one-time occurrence. When Ashen’s life ends unexpectedly she finds herself in the midst of a war between beings of the afterlife, but she’s being forced to pick sides. Which side will she choose? Story The story is told through multiple points of view, each explaining the character’s life…