An interview with Paul D. Miller, paranormal fantasy author.
I love Stephen King, and Misery was the next on my list. It was very similar to Gerald’s Game, which I loved. “Paul Sheldon is a bestselling…… Read more “Spoiler-Free Book Review: “Misery” by Stephen King”
So continues my venture through Different Seasons, Stephen King’s four-part collection of novellas. After Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption is Apt Pupil, the story of a…… Read more “Spoiler-Free Book Review: “Apt Pupil” by Stephen King”
Lair is the sequel to The Rats, British horror writer James Herbert’s debut novel. Lair was published in 1979, five years after its predecessor and Herbert’s sixth…… Read more “Book Review: “Lair” (The Rats Trilogy Book 2) by James Herbert”
A review of James Herbert’s 1974 horror debut novel, “The Rats.”
Unless you’ve been deprived of all movies and books your whole life, there’s no doubt you’ve heard of the man, the legend, the award-winning and best-selling American…… Read more “Spoiler-Free Book Review: “Gerald’s Game” by Stephen King”
While I was waiting for my copy of Insurgent to arrive, I delved back into a classic series that all ’90s kids should know: The Saga of…… Read more “A Re-Read of “The Saga of Darren Shan” Horror Series”
A spoiler-free review of Nobody True by James Herbert, the story of a man who, after returning to his body after one of his frequent out-of-body experience, comes back to find he’s been murdered.