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The Devil Crept In: Book Review: A Modest, Slow-Burn Horror Story

The Story The Devil Crept In, by Ania Ahlborn, begins when Stevie’s cousin and only friend, Jude, goes missing. The cops cannot find him, and Stevie suspects that they are not even trying. Feeling that the adults have given up hope, he takes matters into his own hands and sets out to find Jude. What …

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My Best Friend’s Exorcism: Book Review

The Story My Best Friend’s Exorcism, by Grady Hendrix, begins when two girls, Abby Rivers and Gretchen Lang, become best friends. They meet at Abby’s unsuccessful birthday party, where only newcomer Gretchen shows up. The story moves forward and follows the duo as they grow up, and enter sophomore year of high school. They are …

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“Skitter” by Ezekiel Boone: Book Review

The Story Skitter, the highly-anticipated sequel in Ezekiel Boone’s The Hatching series, quickly picks up after the terrifying breed of flesh-eating spiders have taken over the major cities of the world. Tens of millions of people are left dead. But, the spiders have expired almost as quickly as they came. Dr. Melanie Guyer cautiously hopes …

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“House of Furies” by Madeleine Roux: Book Review

The Story House of Furies begins when seventeen-year-old Louisa Ditton escapes her brutal boarding school and finds employment as a maid at the Coldthistle House. After she arrives at the house, she realizes that its owner, Mr. Morningside, has less-than-hospitable plans for the guests who board there. She finds that the house is a place …

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“The White Road” by Sarah Lotz: Book Review

The Story The White Road begins when Simon Newman, an ex-adrenaline junkie, realizes his desperation to drive traffic to his struggling website. He hires a guide to take him through the dangerous Cwm Pot caves, in the hope of gathering footage of those who have perished in the caves years before. Simon barely escapes the ordeal, and the …

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“Gwendy’s Button Box” by Stephen King & Richard Chizmar: Book Review

Before I get into this review of Gwendy’s Button Box, I will admit that I am probably going to be a little biased. At the risk of conjuring up a Misery-esque level of creepy intensity, I am probably one of King’s biggest fans. Definitely not enough to kidnap him and force him to write me …