Book Reviews

Eye of the Sh#t Storm by Jackson Ford Book Review.

Eye of the Sh#t Storm (The Frost Files #3). Jackson Ford. 496 pages. Urban Science Fiction. Book Blurb. Teagan Frost might be getting better at moving sh*t with her mind - but her job working as a telekinetic government operative only ever seems to get harder. That's not even talking about her car-crash of a… Continue reading Eye of the Sh#t Storm by Jackson Ford Book Review.

Book Reviews · My Musings

A trio of rereads: The Whisper Man by Alex North, The Chalk Man by CJ Tudor, The Taking of Annie Thorne by CJ Tudor.

Reading has been very hit-and-miss for me this year, blame the pandemic, blame my own demons, blame life, but for whatever reason, while I've never been the fastest reader, I have really struggled reading since the end of 2020. So, as I have taken a step back from blogging (I still post occasionally) I decided… Continue reading A trio of rereads: The Whisper Man by Alex North, The Chalk Man by CJ Tudor, The Taking of Annie Thorne by CJ Tudor.

Book Reviews

IT by Stephen King Book Review.

IT. Stephen King. 1,166 pages. Horror. Book Blurb. 'They float...and when you're down here with me, you'll float, too.' Derry, Maine is just an ordinary town: familiar, well-ordered for the most part, a good place to live. It is a group of children who see - and feel - what makes Derry so horribly different.… Continue reading IT by Stephen King Book Review.

Book Reviews

Judas Horse by Lynda La Plante Book Review.

Judas Horse. Lynda La Plante. 320 pages. Crime / Thriller / Police Procedural. Book Blurb. 'Do you know what a Judas Horse is? When the wild mustangs are running free, you corral one and train it. When he's ready, you release him and he'll bring his team back into the corral - like Judas betraying… Continue reading Judas Horse by Lynda La Plante Book Review.

Book Reviews

Malorie by Josh Malerman Book Review.

Malorie (Bird Box #2). Josh Malerman. 320 pages. Horror / Post-Apocalyptic. Book Blurb. In the old world there were many rules. In the new world there is only one that matters: don't open your eyes. In the seventeen years since the 'creatures' appeared, many people have broken that rule. Many have looked. Many have lost… Continue reading Malorie by Josh Malerman Book Review.