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Book review: Battle for Arcanum, by Thomas Sniegoski and Christopher Golden

Sniegoski, Thomas and Golden, Christopher. Battle For Arcanum. (Magic Zero series). Aladdin, 2005. $17.99. ISBN 978-1-4424-7316-4. 233 pages. Ages 10-14. P7Q9.

Timothy and his friend Cassandra may have beaten the evil sorcerer Alhazred, but their problems are far from over. 265 more words

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Strangewood by Christopher Golden

The young son of a popular children’s book author vanishes into the dangerous fictional world his father created. And it’s going to take more than a vivid imagination to get him back alive.

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Review: Alien: River of Pain

Watching Aliens, the one question that comes to mind more than any other is what happened to the colonists on LV-426. Most of them ended up as face-hugger fodder, but how did things go from life as normal to unimaginable horror? 1,010 more words

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Book Review: Snowblind

Snowblind, by Christopher Golden, is disturbing in a way that all horror stories must aspire to be. The tension throughout is palpable. Within a few chapters the reader is drawn into a world with an undercurrent of fear. 245 more words

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Snow Blind ~ Book Review

Snow Blind by Christopher Golden

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Published: Headline, 2014

Edition: Paperback

Print Length: 320 pages

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Genre: Horror, Thriller, Paranormal, Supernatural, Suspense, Mystery, Adult Fiction, Ghost Story… 537 more words


My favorite reads of 2014

I am a compulsive list maker, so it has been difficult to wait as long as I have to compile this list. Also, I’d intended to only list my top five books, but then I realized I had read a lot more great stuff this year than could fit in only a top five. 958 more words

Snowblind by Christopher Golden

Horror is a rare genre that indeed has a true literary potential into which many authors could have tapped in, but unfortunately this novel does not come to my expectations of a good horror novel that will send willies down my spine. 488 more words

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