turn of the key by Ruth Ware

Turn of the Key By Ruth Ware

If you’re a fan of mysteries or looking for something new to put you in the fall mood, pick up a copy of The Turn of the Key. It will keep you reading late into the night.
Sweetbitter: A Novel

Book Review: Sweetbitter: A Novel by Stephanie Danler

Read this. But don’t just let your eyes slip over the pages mindlessly. Instead, find a quiet place to curl up with Stephanie Danler’s...

Book Review: The Dream Peddler by Martine Fournier Watson

If you enjoy a story full of self discovery and hope, The Dream Peddler is for you. This reading experience is thought-provoking, as it opens your heart and truly makes you think about who you are and who you want to be.

Black Magick: The First Book Of Shadows Review (Hardcover)

Black Magick is an astounding series full of poignant character moments within a sprawling conspiracy that conjures chills and suspense. It is imaginative yet populated by fully realized characters. Come for the police procedural and stay for the witchcraft, or vice versa, either way it delivers.

September Mourning, Complete Vol. 1 Review

This collection includes source material as well as concept art to supplement the first four issues of a dreamy story of three women who refuse to be victims of Fate. September Mourning is a well done, highly stylized epic that blends well with the matching music.
Crowded Volume 1

Crowded Volume 1 Review

If you like action movies, futuristic-dystopian narratives, and dark comedy Crowded Volume 1 is the book for you. Christopher Sebela masterfully writes a poignant critique on our internet crazed society. 
Faith: Dreamside

Faith: Dreamside Review

Jody Houser has crafted a thoroughly entertaining, and at some points terrifying, mini-series in Faith: Dreamside. The graphic novel has action, adventure, and a noble quest, what more could you want? You won’t be able to put down Faith: Dreamside.
The Last by Hanna Jameson

The Last by Hanna Jameson Review

he Last challenges perception until the conclusion as Jameson engages with her readers at every level. Ultimately, the novel asks readers where our humanity lies? Can you think of a more terrifying question to probe?

Belzebubs Review

Belzebubs is not a conventional story by any means. This black and white volume is a series of truly offbeat cartoon pages about a most unusual family. Amusing, and not at all scary, but metal as metal can be. Who knew evil could be so cute?
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman Review

Neverwhere is a shining example of a simple story unfolding into something truly remarkable. Gaiman weaves a full cast of characters together with a unique setting into one of the most unforgettable fantasy stories I've read in a long time.