“Madam Setsuko had been alone before she took in the children, alone except for the camphor tree at the heart of the house and the mynah bird…… Read more “The Gremlin’s Library: “House of the Camphor” by Mina Ikemoto Ghosh”
I want to open this review by making it clear that I love dark fiction. I used to read my Stephen King books before bed, and the…… Read more “Review: ‘Monster of Elendhaven’ by Jennifer Giesbrecht”
I did my first chapter impressions of this book a little while ago, and now that I’ve finished, can I just say: Wow. I’m going to break tradition…… Read more “Review: FleshTrap by Magen Cubed”
My thoughts on the first chapter of FleshTrap by Magen Cubed!
David Cronenberg’s debut novel Consumed is… weird. Not bad-weird and not quite good-weird either; like his famous movies, Consumed is a trip through a rabbit-hole of paranoia, conflicting truths, and a…… Read more “Review: CONSUMED by David Cronenberg”
I’m a big believer that if a book hasn’t hooked you by Chapter One, there’s no hope. Obviously there’s some wiggle room for the books with super…… Read more “CONSUMED – Cronenberg – Chapter One Thoughts”