Welcome to the April 2022 recap of all the stories I explored over the month. Good recommendations await you!
Join me in recapping all of the books I explored through a busy March of 2022!
A quick introduction to the horrifying work of Adam L. G. Nevill via three short tales. Be it through haunted houses or forgotten toys, Nevill aims to scare, but will he succeed?
Will this light hearted sci-fi adventure satisfy your story needs or will it fizzle out of existence?
When a small town is invaded and occupied, the enemy finds that sometimes you just can’t conquer some people. The next on the Steinbeck journey, will this short novel deliver?
Described as a “domestic thriller” with an ending that promises to leave readers speechless. Will this short novel leave us speechless for the right reasons?
A literary classic on the desperation and devastation of the United States told through they eyes of a family displaced from home and forced to find a new life in an unforgiving land.
It’s a true classic, but is it actually any good?
This week the lines between reality and fiction blur, perhaps in a final fashion. Something has happened, something has changed, and something has shifted.
I hope you’re ready for this… I can’t say I was.
What happens when a fungus spreads it’s tendrils into a new host, mankind, and begins to take control? You get an interesting story concept! But does it work? The Genius Plague is a science fiction thriller written by author David Walton. It was published in October of 2017 by Pyr publishing. The Review is an…
Warriors, wastelands, a little magic, and an epic quest to reach a fabled city. All the ingredients are here for a fun fantasy tale, but will it deliver?