Just in time for Halloween, here’s my review of Stephen Chbosky’s latest novel, IMAGINARY FRIEND. If you’re looking for a horror of a rollercoaster ride, I highly recommend it. (TRIGGER WARNINGS INCLUDED AT THE END OF THE REVIEW)
For a world-renowned diplomat and his wife, accident follows accident as they are stalked by a terror they cannot understand...
Today is Valentine's Day and, love it or hate it, there's a lot going on today. I definitely fall into the later category myself. So whether you're up for romance or in the mood to avoid it at all costs, I've come up with a list of books to read for either category. Bring on... Continue Reading →
Ever since I was a kid I have loved learning about the different cultures of Indigenous people across Canada and as I've grown up, I've become more and more heartbroken by the hardships those who live on the rez have had to deal with. A few weeks ago I stumbled upon an interview with author... Continue Reading →
I have not read any Halloween brand spooky books this month and I'm so disappointed in myself for that. But better late than never, I picked up The Saturday Night Ghost Club by Craig Davidson looking for some scares. Although I didn't get what I was expecting at all, this is still quite a ride of a story. The... Continue Reading →
Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin TEEN for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. I have now read three out of four of Amy Lukavics's books and I have to say that she is my absolute favourite horror author of all time. First off, there is definitely not enough teen horror... Continue Reading →
The only way I can truly think to describe Margaret Killjoy's novella The Lamb Will Slaughter The Lion is through this tweet I posted when I first started the book: The story follows Danielle as she hunts for any clues as to the cause of her best friend's suicide, and ends up in the middle of... Continue Reading →