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Final Cuts edited by Ellen Datlow #BookReview

Legendary genre editor Ellen Datlow brings together eighteen dark and terrifying original stories inspired by cinema and television. A BLUMHOUSE BOOKS HORROR ORIGINAL. From the…

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These Evil Things We Do by Mick Garris #BookReview

He’s taken you to haunted hotels, into the lairs of dangerous creatures, and even to the end of the world. Now, master of horror Mick…

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Daughters of Icarus: New Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy Edited by Josie Brown

Speculative fiction takes us to the moon and beyond, but where would women go if they had the wheel? These 28 authors have an idea,…

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Both Sides: Stories from the Border, edited by Gabino Iglesias #BookReview

Both Sides: Stories from the Border is a collection of original and riveting stories that tackle The Border. La frontera is full of stories. Real…

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The Cold Embrace: Weird Stories by Women Edited by S.T. Joshi

This original anthology presents 19 short stories that cover nearly a century of speculative fiction by women authors. Selections range from Mary Shelley’s “Transformation” (1830),…

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100 Word Horrors #3 edited by Kevin J. Kennedy #BookReview

Book 3 of the 100 Word Horrors Series Over 100 drabbles by some of the finest horror authors writing today. Title: 100 Word Horrors 3…

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Round and Round by Terry Tyler #BookReview

Four Valentine cards – from four different men! Sophie Heron’s fortieth birthday is looming, and she is fed up with her job, her relationship, her…


Rigor Morbid: Lest Ye Become Anthology #BookReview

Rigor Morbid: Lest Ye Become is a collection of 12 horror/dark fantasy stories exploring the most terrifying parts of human and non-human nature. Journey into…

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Gorgon: Stories of Emergence by Pantheon Magazine #BookReview

A review by our Kraken Trainee SuzJay! Be changed.GORGON: STORIES OF EMERGENCE contains 42 transformative stories spanning all genres from both emerging and new voices…

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