Reviews and Blog Posts: supernatural

Unspoken

by Sarah Rees Brennan

Reviewer Rating:
5

Nancy Drew meets the Gothic romance in Unspoken. Imagine a girl like Kami who has an imaginary friend living inside her head. Only it turns out he is real. She doesn't let that weirdness stop her from her practical life where she takes care of her little brothers, starts a school...

Midnight crossroad

by Charlaine Harris

Reviewer Rating:
3

There’s a town in Texas called Midnight that has a lot of secrets and a lot of slightly askew inhabitants.  There’s a new neighbor, Manfred Bernardo, he runs a number of physic hotlines for a living – using psychology and psychic ability. The book is about him meeting the rest...

Headstone City.

by Tom Piccirilli

Reviewer Rating:
3

True confession: The cover made me read this book. I am a fan of Find a Grave and I can't resist a good headstone cover especially with the tagline "Where the dying come to live."

Locke & key. 1, Welcome to Lovecraft

by Joe Hill

Reviewer Rating:
4

Locke and Key has been a series that has been getting a lot of acclaim over the past few months so I knew I wanted to see what all the hype was about. I finally got the chance to check it out and it does not disappoint. I've always had...

Hack/slash. Volume one, First cut

by Tim Seeley

Reviewer Rating:
5

Imagine a classic slasher film played out in vignette length tales, graphic novel style. You've just found Tim Seeley's Hack/Slash. Hack/Slash chronicles the journey of Cassandra Hack and her companion Vlad. They travel the country and sometimes world looking for slashers and put an end to them. Think Freddy, Jason,...

Revival. Volume one, You're among friends

by Tim Seeley

Reviewer Rating:
3

Welcome to Wausau, Wisconsin, the world of Revival, billed as a "rural noir." This graphic format book is a contains mystery, the supernatural, an interesting spin on zombies, small town secrets, and interesting characters. The story opens on a day when 23 previously dead folks wake up and are seemingly...

Coraline

by Neil Gaiman

Reviewer Rating:
3

The annoying thing about watching a movie before discovering the book it was based on is that your favorite images and moments from the movie linger in your head and distract you from properly enjoying the book for itself once you get around to reading it. So it was for...

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