Richard K. Morgan “My protagonists tend be exasperated with the wold, because I am too.”
“Doctor Sleep, Stephen King’s uber anticipated sequel to his 1977 horror novel The Shining was in almost all ways, worth the wait.”
Misery by Stephen King is a novel about pain, obsession, and writing that has one of the scariest characters in all horror, Annie Wilkes.
Check out these 10 YA Horror books that will scare and delight you. Add them to your TBR!
In Battle Ground by Jim Butcher, “Harry’s mission is simple but impossible: Save the city by killing a Titan. And the attempt will change Harry’s life, Chicago, and the mortal world forever.”
The Toymakers by Robert Dinsdale – Eleni A.E. reviews, “Would you join me in talking about my latest obsession?”
Over the Woodward Wall by A. Deborah Baker is a whimsical meta novella to go with Seanan McGuire’s wonderful novel Middlegame.
Vultures by Luke Tarzian “An enemy slain is not a conflict won…
After decades of war the demon Te Mirkvahíl is dead. But its progeny endure, spilling from the Heart of Mirkúr, sowing death across the land of Ariath. If the people are to finally know peace, the Heart must be destroyed. Theailys An believes he can do just that with The Keepers’ Wrath, an infamous power focus wrought in Ariath’s yesteryears–but the weapon first must be reforged.
War spares no one…”
A Wizard’s Forge by A.M. Justice “evolved into its present form over many years…”
The Ikessar Falcon, the follow up to by K.S. Villoso’s The Wolf of Oren-Yaro is a book that avoids many of the pitfalls common to the middle books…instead offers the readers clear plot progression, excitement, and character development.