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Cover Reveal – Made to Fit by Andrew Lennon & Michael Bray

  Ok, so the cover looks great, but what’s it about? Well there’s the little snag, I don’t know yet. BUT – I can tell you what inspired these guys to write it which might give us a little insight … Continue reading

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Birmingham Horror Con – In a Nutshell

So we recently travelled to Birmingham for the HorrorCon down there and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We weren’t quite as interested in the guests at this one as we had been for the Sheffield ones which have featured the likes … Continue reading

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28 Seconds Later by Duncan P Bradshaw

  28 Seconds Later is a fun little jaunt from Duncan Bradshaw, an author I became familiar with after reading his book “Celebrity Culture” and I later got to meet him in person at HorrorCon UK. I enjoyed this book, … Continue reading

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Final Edition of Rarity From the Hollow Released!

You may remember this book from my review when it was first released, if not, please take a look at it here; https://rebbiereviews.wordpress.com/2016/01/24/rarity-from-the-hollow-robert-eggleton/ Well now the final edition has been released and the cover has been updated! The book can … Continue reading

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Sick Bastards by Matt Shaw

I wasn’t particularly desperate to read this book if I’m honest. Matt Shaw books don’t really appeal to me as I prefer a more challenging read usually, and I find the cover art bland and boring. Whilst I don’t tend … Continue reading

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Nick and Abe by Lex H Jones

Nick and Abe is by far the best thing I’ve read this year. I absolutely loved it, within the first chapter I was enthralled. I didn’t want to put the book down and as I devoured each page I made … Continue reading

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Bed of Crimson Joy by Jasper Bark

“Ok…this is… different…” I thought as I tried to keep an open mind…. This is one of the stranger books I’ve read but given that it’s Jasper Bark, that’s not all that surprising. I actually really enjoyed this story, I … Continue reading

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