Cosmic Horror

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    Deep Down There by Oli Jacobs

    Deep Down There. Nothing good ever comes from big black holes, whether it’s from the horrific type in space or massive sinkholes that wreak their havoc on earth, nothing. good. ever. happens. Order this book right now. I started reading at approximately 1 pm and by 4 pm I had finished, like a marathon runner trying to outdo their personal best, I needed to find out the why, the where, and the how. DO IT! Oli Jacobs can’t write a bad story, like seriously, everything I have read I have loved. He can shut me up with his sharp, witty, and alluring stories of the human condition and terrifying situations,…

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    Cosmic Horror

    Review : The Nothing That Is by Kyle Winkler

    The Nothing That Is by Kyle Winkler was a huge surprise. Adrenaline  and mystique keep the reader engaged. We get everything that we could possibly anticipate from an excellent Cosmic Horror. Winkler sets impossibly high standard from the get go. That exquisite level of imagination is continued throughout the novella. Trust Winkler and his vision, he doesn’t steer you wrong. The Nothing That Is is a creation that lives in the deepest recesses of a brilliant mind. His writing never once failed me. I love Cosmic Horror and the accuracy and shock value entranced me. The plot is a dangerous roller-coaster of strangeness and obscurity. It’s the perfect stage for…

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    Cosmic Horror,  Horror

    The Worm and His Kings by Hailey Piper | ARC Review

    The Worm and His Kings is quite frankly a phenomenal novella.  It excels in its characterisation, which is by far, powerful.  First and foremost, it is a novel about acceptance and identity.  Monique, our protagonist, is a trans woman who has spent her entire life trying to fit in, to the detriment for her inner self.  She tries to rectify that, an action that results in physical trauma.  A story that highlights a world full of prejudice and hate.  A cosmic horror novel that had me intrigued but had my search for answers going beyond the story, beyond the deeper meaning, beyond everything I thought I knew.  Imagine losing the…