• Katie Hayoz’s The Curse That Binds Us blends historical mystery with dark YA fantasy

    Katie Hayoz’s The Curse That Binds Us blends historical mystery with dark YA fantasy

    Every year, on her birthday, the box appears on Redd’s doorstep. And every year, on her birthday, her mother packs up their belongings and runs, leaving the box behind. But one year, the box appears somewhere only Redd herself will find it. And Redd is done running.

  • Encounter an ancient evil in Rosie Andrews’ The Leviathan

    Encounter an ancient evil in Rosie Andrews’ The Leviathan

    Rosie Andrews‘ The Leviathan is a beautifully written historical fiction, marrying elements of political tension, Enlightenment thinking, and some good ol’ fashioned horror. Bolstered by compelling leads, eerie set-pieces, and a wholly satisfying ending, it’s a stellar debut from Andrews.

  • A delightfully spooky new series enters the arena, with Reece Carter’s A Girl Called Corpse

    A delightfully spooky new series enters the arena, with Reece Carter’s A Girl Called Corpse

    Off the coast of a tiny forgotten town called Elston-Fright, lies a rock-that-doesn’t-exist. On that rock live three wicked child-snatching children. But someone else lives there too. A ghost. She’s fashioned a body made of wax with seaweed for hair and abalone shells for eyes. She’s found a friend, a huntsman spider named Simon. And […]

  • Return to Lyndall Clipstone’s atmospheric world with sequel Forestfall

    Return to Lyndall Clipstone’s atmospheric world with sequel Forestfall

    The curse on Lakesedge and its young lord has been lifted. But it has come at a great cost. Leta, desperate to save the boy she loves, has made a deal with the Lord Under. Sacrificing herself to mend the Corruption that has ravaged Lakesedge, she is damned to walk the world Below. Yet her […]

  • The Fareview Fairytales continue with Maci Aurora’s In the Shadow of a Hoax

    The Fareview Fairytales continue with Maci Aurora’s In the Shadow of a Hoax

    In the remote village of Sevens, the Fareview family live a fearful existence. In the kingdom of Kaloma, women are little more than property, the wards of their fathers or husbands. And with four daughters all railing against the restraints put upon them by their frightened family and the world at large, the Fareviews have […]

  • Andrea L. Rogers’ Man Made Monsters is a brilliant, chilling, and evocative horror collection

    Andrea L. Rogers’ Man Made Monsters is a brilliant, chilling, and evocative horror collection

    Following various branches of a Cherokee family from 1839 through to 2039, Andrea L. Rogers‘ collection of ghosts, ghouls, and generational horror is an engrossing read. Each tale is strong enough to stand alone, but when placed side by side, Man Made Monsters tells a larger story of family, systemic racism, and what truly makes […]