I saved this one for the closest to Halloween, but it was tough. This book is considered one of the best 'scary' novels for 2019, and I tend to agree. I finished it this morning around 3:30am after being woken up by one of my cats. I couldn't go back to sleep, but thankfully the husband was home so I wasn't alone. The Invited by Jennifer McMahon, is just what you need the week leading up to All Hallow's Eve. Set in Vermont, the novel isn't a typical ghost story where a couple
This is something I murmur to myself often. I must have asked myself this question at least ten times in the last two weeks, and it had nothing to do with reading a book. But I also don’t know what I was thinking when I promised myself I would read and review several top rated horror novels this month. This week’s review is focused on Nick Cutter’s The Troop. It sits in the top five of multiple lists as one of the best horror novels in the last few years and received a glowin
I hit a snafu in my reading schedule. I was supposed to review House of Leaves by Mark D. Danielweski this week but I left my Kindle at a friend’s house. When I pulled over to get gas on the way home, I told my husband. His response was: “OMG! Did you call them? Where did you leave it? I have no idea what you are going to do!” He understood my panic. He gets me. Then during a phone call he said: “If you’re not always reading, does this mean I have to talk to you?” Funny guy.