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You Will Always Belong To Him...

“Seb Logan is being watched. He just doesn’t know by whom.

When the sudden appearance of a dark figure shatters his idyllic coastal life, he soon realises that the murky past he thought he’d left behind has far from forgotten him. 542 more words

Books

No One Gets Out Alive

Author: Adam Nevill
Genre: Horror/Thriller

“Darkness lives within …Cash-strapped, working for agencies and living in shared accommodation, Stephanie Booth feels she can fall no further. So when she takes a new room at the right price, she believes her luck has finally turned. 556 more words

Review

FOUR BOOKS I'D LOVE TO SEE ON SCREEN

Reading the odds of how some horror and science fiction novels have of being made into feature films or television series got me to thinking of some I’d like to see make the leap… 157 more words

The Nightmare Factory Plays In The Dollhouse That Is The House Of Small Shadows

Statisticians tell us that, in any group of people, roughly one-third of their members are secretly cloth-and-porcelain simulacra assembled from scraps by the Mad Puppeteer. Look to your left. 337 more words

Banquet for the Damned

Banquet for the Damned

Adam Nevill

Banquet for the Damned begins with two friends from the English City of Birmingham leaving their home to travel north to St Andrews, home to the oldest university in Scotland. 1,048 more words

Birmingham Horror Con 2017

Yesterday I travelled to Edgbaston Cricket ground for Birmingham Horror Con with my buddy Stefan and his partner, Steph, and boy was it a lot of fun! 305 more words

Writing

Under a Watchful Eye by Adam Nevill

I’m a big fan of Adam Nevill’s horror novels, so I eagerly awaited reading this new one ‘Under a Watchful Eye’.

This is psychological, claustrophobic horror at its best; Seb Logan the main character is a successful novelist living alone in a cliffside house in Devon, he’s had a chequered past which has left mental scars mainly due to an unstable flat mate called Ewan who in his past caused a lot of problems. 289 more words

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