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Malorie by Josh Malerman #BookReview

By Janelle (@shereadswithcats) In the thrilling sequel to Bird Box, the inspiration for the record-breaking Netflix film that starred Sandra Bullock and “absolutely riveted” Stephen…

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‘Vacationing in the Wasteland’ by Rudolfo A. Serna

Apocalyptic literature is often attributed to a kind of divine alarm clock signaling the End in the Book of Revelation, but there is nothing divine…

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The Fearing: Water & Wind by John F.D. Taff #BookReview

John F.D. Taff’s epic apocalypse of terror, The Fearing, continues in Book Two: Water & Wind when a group of battle-worn seniors pick up the pieces of their…

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Eight Minutes, 32 Seconds by Peter Salomon #BookReview

There is no evil corporation to topple, no tyrannical government to overthrow, no rag-tag band of survivors to lead. Two people survived the end of…

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Wanderers by Chuck Wendig #BookReview

Wanderers A decadent rock star. A deeply religious radio host. A disgraced scientist. And a teenage girl who may be the world’s last hope. In…


Twilight Zone Tuesday – Two

Two The Woman – Elizabeth Montgomery The Man – Charles Bronson Narrator – Rod Serling SERLING: This is a jungle. A monument built by nature,…

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Review of After The Shock by Scott Nicholson

Book Cover and Synopsis for After The Shock by Scott Nicholson.

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Dr. Oz of Z-Industries Review (Horror Short)

Dr. OzDr. Oz of Z-Industries Synopsis: Lyman B. Frank leaves band practice one dark and stormy night. On his way home, a truck runs a red light and smashes into his car. After the horrific accident, Lyman wakes up in a strange, dead world full of terrifying creatures the locals call Somnies.

As he searches for answers, he learns of a man named Dr. Oz that might be able to help him return home. So, he sets out to find him. Along the way, he gains some companions who also seek help from Dr. Oz.

Together, they make their way to Z-Industries, but with malevolent creatures consumed by a hunger for flesh hot on the trail, can they make it to Dr. Oz before it’s too late.  –Goodreads


A Review of Angelfall by Susan Ee



Life After the Undead by Pembroke Sinclair #BookReview

Seventeen-year-old Krista must quickly figure out how she’s going to survive in the zombie-destroyed world. The one advantage humans have is that the zombies hate…

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