Book Review: The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix

Author Grady Hendrix aims to repeat the success of last Summer’s The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires with his latest.

Book Review: Bath Haus by P.J. Vernon

I recently read somewhere that a trope isn’t really “done” until every community has had their go with it. So it is this year that seems to be happening, as many of the buzzier thrillers revolve around previously unseen perspectives within the genre, like P.J. Vernon’s Bath Haus, which puts a queer spin on things.

Book Review: The Storm Is Upon Us by Mike Rothschild

It is not often that a conspiracy theory manages to spill out of the fringes of our society and become so large that it threatens the very fabric of a nation, which is what makes QAnon so dangerous, and so fascinating.

Book Review: Yearbook by Seth Rogen

Some people really enjoy Seth Rogen’s brand of amiable stoner humor, while others find him annoying. If you are in the latter camp, it is unlikely that this book will do much to sway your opinion, but if you are in the former you will find much to like here.

Book Review: The Absolute Book by Elizabeth Knox

The Absolute Book may begin as a somewhat straightforward murder mystery, but it manages to shapeshift several times throughout, subverting readers’ expectations repeatedly along the way.

Book Review: “Mexican Gothic” by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

One of the Summer’s best thrillers, in what is already an above-average season for the genre.

Book Review: “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” by Suzanne Collins

The impressive world-building that Suzanne Collins set-up in her smash hit Hunger Games trilogy left many readers eager to return for another visit to Panem, despite the bleak tone of those stories. The majority of those readers will not be disappointed with this book.

Book Review: “The Gone Dead” by Chanelle Benz

Sean’s review of the first book selected for our new online book club.

YA Book Review: “The Devil’s” Series by Donna Hosie

Here it is…. Without further ado… I have for you an entire series about… Hell.

YA Book Review: “American Royals” by Katharine McGee

American Royals has it all. Romance, intrigue, and wonderful characters that you just can’t help but go all in and root for.