by Amanda Nevada DeMel (@shtuff4avacadoes) The Tribe is a unique horror novel. It’s not a gross-out horror and it doesn’t have a continuous stream of terrors. What differentiates it from other quiet horrors is the emphasis on the Jewish way of life. Taking place in the early 1980s, memories (and survivors) of the Holocaust are… Continue reading The Tribe by Bari Wood
by @SemaphoreRaven Inside every woman’s heart lives the dream of poisoning everyone they know, isolating themselves in a ruined house in the woods (plus or minus a few close friends and a cat), and becoming enshrined in local legend as the child-eating witch used to scare children from mischief. Okay, maybe that’s just me, but… Continue reading We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
by @Bodysnatcher Bunny Listen, Bunny, this book is doing a lot but like in a good way. It’s Heathers for the MFA crowd, but so much more. There are these girls who are so perfect you could just throw up and die, and get this, they call each other Bunny, Bunny. Talk about enmeshed. They… Continue reading Bunny by Mona Awad
by @drthoss Have you ever looked into the mirror for too long? Not at a mirror, you understand. No. Into it. Into it so far that you, like Alice trembling before the rabbit hole, teeter on the edge of all that you know, and just as you want to look away, you see what you… Continue reading The Secret of Ventriloquism by Jon Padgett
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