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The Broken Darkness ♦ Theresa Braun | Review

The Broken Darkness ♦ Theresa Braun | Review There are thirteen (13) short horror/paranormal stories in this book. Some stories are going to be better than others, just like in most collections of short stories. The remaining stories were either excessively anticipated or without substance, except for four that I thoroughly loved.The first time I came across Theresa Braun, was through another anthology, which I reviewed last year: Emporium of Superstition. Post Views: 621

Tattoo of Crimson ♦ Sarah Chislon | Review

Tattoo of Crimson ♦ Sarah Chislon | Review Tattoo of Crimson by Sarah Chislon is a gaslamp fantasy murder mystery featuring the fae. The book will keep you on the edge of your favorite reading place as you stay excited to see what will happen next. Tattoo of Crimson is full of mystery and suspense. Post Views: 456

Der Fangschuß ♦ Marguerite Yourcenar | Rezension

Der Fangschuss Rezension

Der Fangschuß ♦ Marguerite Yourcenar | Rezension Ein sehr fesselndes Buch voller Leidenschaft, Freundschaft, Liebe und Hass, und dem Tod.Mit sehr warmen gefühlsechten Worten taucht man ab in die Tragödie eines Dreiecksfreundschaft, welch jähes Ende man nicht zu hoffen wagte. Post Views: 629

City of Storms ♦ Kat Ross | Review

City of Storms - Review

City of Storms (Nightmarked, #1) ♦ Kat Ross | Review A tarot reader who is hiding a sinister secret.  A priest whose damaged heart prevents him from falling asleep. A fallen angel determined to destroy them both.City of Storms by Kat Ross captured me whole. Post Views: 698

The Shadows Between Us ♦ Tricia Levenseller | Review

The Shadows Between Us - Review

The Shadows Between Us ♦ Tricia Levenseller | Review It was incredibly fun reading The Shadows Between Us. The book captured my attention from the very first page and retained it throughout the entire work of fantasy.I often wonder what it is about the infatuation between two morally dubious, murderous individuals that I am utterly addicted to, that I hardly could stop reading to do some chores. 😊 Post Views: 1.037

Mexican Gothic ♦ Silvia Moreno-Garcia | Review

Mexican Gothic ♦ Silvia Moreno-Garcia | Review Mexican Gothic had already fascinated me with the mysterious but beautiful cover. The blurb also impressed me. But what happened next, I wasn’t prepared for. Despite how exciting it seems, this story is lacking depth. The charm, or challenge, depending on how you look at it, of this weird yet engaging story is found in the final third of the narrative. Post Views: 890

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