Author: Brett J. Talley Book: That Which Should Not Be Published: October 2011 Publisher: JournalStone Genre: Horror Source: Paperback Rating: Synopsis: When Carter Weston, a student at Miskatonic University, is asked by Professor Thayerson to retrieve a dangerous book from the nearby village of Anchorhead, Carter does not hesitate. Miskatonic University […]Read more "That Which Should Not Be by Brett J. Talley @brettjtalley | @kurtsprings1 #review #CosmicHorror"
Author: Peter Clines Book: 14 (Threshold #1) Published: June 2012 Publisher: Permuted Press Genre: Horror Source: Paperback Rating: Synopsis: When Nate moves into his new apartment, things immediately strike him as odd. There are padlocked doors. The light fixture in his kitchen gives off a black light. Oh yes, and let’s […]Read more "14 by Peter Clines @PeterClines | @kurtsprings1 #review #horror"
Author: Fiona Ingram Book: The Temple of the Crystal Timekeeper (The Chronicles of the Stone #3) Published: November 2017 Publisher: Bublish Incorporated Genre: Fantasy Source: eBook Rating: Synopsis: Adam, Justin, and Kim are searching for the Third Stone of Power when their plane crashes in the Mexican jungle. With their guide, Dr. […]Read more "The Temple of the Crystal Timekeeper @FionaRobyn | @kurtsprings1 #review #adventure"
Author: China Miéville Book: Kraken Published: June 2010 Publisher: Del Rey Genre: Urban Fantasy Source: Paperback Rating: Synopsis: Billy Harrow is a cephalopod specialist in the Darwin Center of London’s Natural History Museum. The tour he conducts through the center has its climax at the center’s giant squid. This is their prize […]Read more "Kraken by China Miéville | @kurtsprings1 #review #urbanfantasy"
Author: Brian Lumley Book: Titus Crow: The Burrowers Beneath, the Transition of Titus Crow Published: January 1999 Publisher: Tor Books Genre: Cosmic Horror Source: eBook Rating: Synopsis: The Burrowers Beneath Humanity has moved about the Earth for thousands of years, little knowing what horrors lie buried or imprisoned beneath the Earth’s crust or under the […]Read more "Titus Crow by Brian Lumley @ BrianLumley | kurtsprings1 #review #cosmichorror"
Author: Delia Sherman Book: The Freedom Maze Published: November 2011 Publisher: Candlewick Press Genre: Fantasy Source: Paperback Rating: Winner of the 2012 Andre Norton Award Synopsis: In the summer of 1960, thirteen-year-old Sophie Martineau is recovering from her parents’ divorce. Her mother takes her to stay at her grandmother’s old house in […]Read more "The Freedom Maze by Delia Sherman @deliasherman | @kurtsprings1 #review #fantasy"
Author: Charles Stross Book: The Apocalypse Codex (Laundry Files #4) Published: July 2012 Publisher: Ace Books Genre: Urban Fantasy Source: eBook Rating: Winner of the 2013 Locus Fantasy Award Note: I would like to apologize to my readers. This is a redo of the review. Anyone who’s read the initial review […]Read more "The Apocalypse Codex by Charles Stross @cstross |@kurtsprings1 #review #urbanfantasy"
Author: Roshani Chokshi Book: The Star-Touched Queen (The Star-Touched Queen #1) Published: April 2016 Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin Genre: Fantasy Source: eBook Rating: Synopsis: Maya’s horoscope promises a marriage of death and destruction. This earns her scorn and fear in her father’s kingdom. With marriage seeming an unlikely prospect, Maya opts […]Read more "The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi @Roshani_Chokshi | @kurtsprings1 #review #fantasy"
Author: David Conyers Book: The Eye of Infinity Published: December 2013 Publisher: Perilous Press Genre: Science Fiction Source: eBook Rating: Synopsis: Major Harrison Peel is sent to a remote radio telescope facility in New Mexico to investigate the suicide of an astrophysicist. The man contracted a plague that caused horrible mutations […]Read more "The Eye of Infinity by David Conyers @davidconyers1 | @kurtsprings1 #review #lovecraftian"
Author: Robert Bloch Book: Strange Eons Published: June 1979 Publisher: Pinnacle Books Genre: Horror Source: Paperback Rating: Synopsis: “That is not dead which can eternal lie. And with strange aeons even death may die.” (The Call of Cthulhu 1928) “It is said that what men know is called science; what they have […]Read more "Strange Eons by Robert Bloch @kurtsprings1 #review #Lovecraftian"