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I believe my review of Peter Straub’s latest novella, The Process (or, as it was originally titled, Hello Jack, which I much preferred!) is the first on Goodreads. 429 more words

"Sideshow, and Other Stories," by Thomas Ligotti

Sideshow is just what it says: A sideshow to the author’s longer major works. Songs of a Dead Dreamer, Grimscribe, and Noctuary all stand alone very well, but make an obvious trilogy.  102 more words

Novella Review: The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch

I received a review copy from the publisher. This does not affect the contents of my review and all opinions are my own.

The Furthest Station… 945 more words

4 Stars

The Skin Trade – George R. R. Martin – WSFA

When a string of bizarre killings strikes her small city, private investigator Randi Wade becomes suspicious. Still haunted by her father’s death at the claws and teeth of a strange beast almost twenty years before, the serial killer’s grisly murders remind her of that still-unsolved murder. 286 more words


A Book by Its Cover: The Dispatcher by John Scalzi

Morgan Filchberger is the last 911 Dispatcher to be promoted to Detective after floppy-armed robots replaced the entire workforce. Anyone else might be bitter about that, but Morgan has failed the Department of Uniformed Detectives Exam five times. 1,047 more words

Genre Fiction


The Dispatcher by John Scalzi

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Series: Stand Alone Novella

Publisher: Subterranean Press (May 2017)

Author Information: Website | Twitter 

Length:  136 pages… 658 more words


Perfect Shadow – Brent Weeks – Subterranean Press

Gaelan Starfire is a farmer now, happy to be a husband and a father; a careful, quiet, simple man. He’s also an immortal, peerless in the arts of war. 356 more words