Book review: Rattus New Yorkus – Hunter Shea

  Dang! That Hunter Shea chap sure knows how to entertain. In fact, very few do better monster stories than Mr Shea. The guy always brings his A-game and Rattus New Yorkus is quite simply fun, fun, fun. Rattus New Yorkus is like an R L Stine version of James Herbert’s The Rats. Whereas The Rats was…

The Grim Reader awards: My books of 2017

I love a good list, especially one that highlights some of the years best books. Many bloggers do this and I’m always interested to see what books they include. My list features books I read this year, not necessarily books published this year. I’m not going to waffle too much here, instead I’ll get straight…

Book review: Savage Jungle – Hunter Shea

It’s review number two for Hunter Shea and I’ll give the man his due, he sure knows how to entertain. Savage Jungle is another fun and crazy journey into the imagination of one of the best writers of cryptid inspired fiction. Simply put, Savage Jungle is what I call popcorn fiction. It’s the sort of…

Book review: We Are Always Watching – Hunter Shea

It’s review one of two this week for author Hunter Shea. This time, the quieter more subtle scares found inside of We Are Always Watching, a book that is quite a departure from my other recent Shea read, Savage Jungle. It’s no secret that Shea is a writer better known for his more fantastical, cryptid-style horror…