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    Harbor by John Ajvide Lindqvist – review

    Any small, isolated population will have its secrets.  The more isolated and the smaller that population is, the more secrets there seem to be.  They have their groups, those that are respected and admired and those that...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • Naked City edited by Ellen Datlow – review

    Urban fantasy, as a subgenre, has seen a noticable slide in definition since it started.  For many readers, the idea of what constitutes urban fantasy was developed by writers like Charles DeLint and Neil Gaiman, along with Terri...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Zombie Island: A Shakespeare Undead Novel by Lori Handeland – review

    Publisher’s Description: In the follow-up to Shakespeare Undead, vampire William Shakespeare and his Dark Lady are stranded on a mystical island where zombies are plentiful and one man will stop at nothing to become all-powerful…

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Autumn: Disintegration by David Moody – review

    I am an unabashed fan of David Moody’s Hater series, which began with the brilliant novel Hater and continued with Dog Blood and Them Or Us, which I will review here in the near future. I’ve also...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • The Monster’s Corner edited by Christopher Golden – review

    As long as writers have been stretching their imaginations towards the fantastical, they’ve been creating and exploring monsters.  They can range from the very human kind through demonic abominations and everything in between.  Some of them are...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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