Review of ~ Laura M Hughes – Danse Macabre

7/10 "All angels are men, all men are crows, and all crows are liars." Danse Macabre is Laura M Hughes's debut outing and at only 56 pages I was able to read this novella in about an hour. It follows a seemingly innocent and shy young girl called Blue who has to complete a mission... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Ed McDonald – Blackwing (Ravens’ Mark #1)

9/10 I received an advanced copy of Blackwing through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank Ed McDonald, Orion Publishing Group and Gollancz. *Minor spoilers may follow* McDonald begins this tale by placing the reader in the Misery - following the action of Captain Galharrow and his crew of Blackwing... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Bram Stoker – Dracula

6.5/10 Everyone knows Dracula and the vampire phenomenon in popular culture. Loving a lot of 19th century literature I decided to read Bram Stoker's original gothic horror story. This is written via diary entries, telegrams, newspaper cut-outs, therefore; gives a great perspective of all that is going on in this spooky, mysterious and macabre environment.... Continue Reading →

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