Review of “The House that Fell from the Sky by Patrick Delaney @patrickrdelaney ” release date 9/1/20
𝘽𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙛 𝙨𝙮𝙣𝙤𝙥𝙨𝙞𝙨: Scarlet’s childhood best friend , Hanna, becomes consumed with entering the house. Hanna is convinced the house can bring her mother back from the dead. A company takes over the house and hands out lottery tickets for a lucky few to be the first to enter the worlds most haunted house.
Janine Pipe is an amazing writer who recently started a Patreon where she writes a story to kill you off. I thought this would be a lot of fun! If you love this, then you should definitely check her out at
Review of “Hunger on the Chisholm Trail by M. Ennenbach” which is book 2 of the splatter western series by Death Head Press. This is a standalone you don’t have to worry about starting with book 1.
It’s an action western with supernatural elements.
It’s cattle drive season along the Chisholm trail and there is an unforeseen danger laying in wait among the tall grass. The trail leading to Ducan is dangerous but soon the powerful creature comes to satiate a horrific hunger. Karl Beck may be the only one who has a chance against this ancient evil.
This is the second book I’ve read by chandler Morrison and it was a wild ride of emotions. I feel like he brought it all in this book. His writing is just what I need sometimes. He has a humor to his work that gives me life. I need that humor in horror sometimes to accept an awkward or nasty situation. I usually surround myself with sarcastic people in real like because they are extraordinarily intelligent and also really chill. They will accept you in any way shape or form you want to come in.
Brief Synopsis: A young hospital security guard with a disturbingly unique taste in women. A maternity doctor with a horrifically unusual appetite. As they unwittingly help each other understand a world in which neither seems to belong, they begin to realize what it truly means to be alive.
The main character, the security guard who is extremely sarcastic. His motto is let people be who they want to be and accept your weirdness. The maternity doctor who just wants a friend she can relate to and see her with nonjudgmental eyes. This book was eloquently written with sick twisted sarcasm and bloody humorous at times. You can’t help but laugh while also being extremely grossed out! 5/5 ⭐️
I finished blood and rain and it did not disappoint. The story is based in a small-town community in which I completely connected with. I grew up in a small town so I understood the relationships and the mindsets of the characters as I moved through the story. The main character is sheriff joe fishers who has a rebellious daughter and a town that loves to talk. There’s a thing with small towns and gossip that is so true. Nothing is a secret for long and people love to talk. I love how the author went through multiple points of views with every character. I didn’t take the time to count every character because I was too engrossed in the story. I only remember the ones I connected with the most throughout the story. The author really fleshes out all the characters and gives you some way to connect with them and understand their situation. He doesn’t just kill characters off all willy-nilly which I appreciate in a story. I don’t like it when characters are just killed off and I don’t feel anything for them. I connected most with the sheriff’s daughter because (1) I was a sheriff’s daughter in a small town growing up and (2) That she was a rebellious teen. I mean who wasn’t even a little rebellious as a teen? What’s the fun without a little rule breaking? It’s almost like you’re getting a little bit of a coming-of-age story out of this book as well as werewolf story.
Here is a little bit about the set up for the book: Under the full moon multiple deaths in the town awaken a sleeping fear. Sheriff joe must confront his past in order to save his daughter and the town.
The book ran like a show in my mind where it would have multiple stories lines leaving you on a cliff hanger every time. I was screaming “Why are you doing this to me! I want to know what happens next immediately with this character!” It was exciting to read it like the thrill of the chase. There are page breaks in the chapters that were short and the chapters were short as well making this a fast paced read. There was one part where my heart tightened up but I didn’t cry. It almost got me though! Nice try, Glenn! This was a great story will recommend it over and over again. 5/5 ⭐️ This is one of the best gruesome werewolf stories I have read so far.
Why I review horror books and starting a book blog! My idea for writing book reviews were small and I really just wanted to help my favorite horror indie authors grow. Now as I grow as a book reviewer so does my knowledge and dreams! I’m hoping that by making this review blog that I can help authors grow too. I mean what if Stephen king never had an army of readers behind him and pushing his work to other non readers. So even though I’m posting a repost from my bookstagram my about me’s and why I do this are still the same! It’s a story that keeps growing as I grow!
Hey my name is Richelle. I thought I’d tell you a little about myself and why I do this. . . (1) Job? I’m a full time registered nurse. My main experience is in cardiovascular intensive care. I now go to other intensive care units and step down units where I am needed most. Reading is my hobby! . . (2) why bookstagram? I am in a book group where new/indie authors give out their books for honest reviews. I ended up loving some of them so much that I wanted to find a way to give back to them and help promote their work. I also love talking to people in the bookstagram community about books and other like interests. 🥰 . . (3) which authors were your inspiration? Stephen king and R.L. stine got me into reading but glenn rolfe, Duncan ralston and chris Miller got me into bookstagram just by giving out their work for an honest review. I thought I’d do one even better. I’ll try and make cool pictures with their books and post reviews 😜. . . (4) what are my interests besides books? Horror movies and rock concerts! 🤘🏻 . . (5) what’s a book you would recommend? Right now I’m highly pushing “until summer comes around by @grolfehorror ” which comes out in May. (I’m a pusher Katie!!! I’m a pusher!) it’s a revamping of the traditional vampire tales, coming of age, lost boy vibes and great 80s music references! I think there was a Spotify playlist put together recently too for the book. . If you want to read something now .. go read the Morganville vampire series so we can talk about my favorite vampire mad scientist with the vampire bunny slippers 😆. .