The Beresford. Will Carver. 276 pages. Psychological Thriller / Literary Thriller / Horror. Book Blurb. Just outside the city – any city, every city – is a grand, spacious but affordable apartment building called The Beresford. There’s a routine at The Beresford. For Mrs May, every day’s the same: a cup of cold, black coffee… Continue reading The Beresford by Will Carver Book Review.
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.
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.
My Favourite Books of 2020: crime, thriller and horror.
I mainly read fantasy and thrillers and while I dabble in other genres they are my two ‘go-to’ genres. I usually only do a single favourite books of the year blog post, but I have decided to change things up slightly for the books that I read in 2020 and split the post into two, one blog post for fantasy and one blog post for thrillers. These are my… Continue reading My Favourite Books of 2020: crime, thriller and horror.
Infernal by Mark de Jager Book Review.
Infernal (The Chronicles of Stratus #1). Mark de Jager. 384 pages. Dark Fantasy / Grimdark. My Rating: Hell Yeah Book Review. Book Blurb. PART MAN. PART MONSTER. ALL VENGEANCE… In the war-torn lands of Krandin, a kingdom fighting against the Worm King of the Penullin Empire and his dark magic, a stranger wakes, knowing only… Continue reading Infernal by Mark de Jager Book Review.