BOOK REVIEW “Luke Coles and the Forest Assassin” by Josh Walker

BOOK REVIEW “Luke Coles and the Forest Assassin” by Josh Walker

“Luke Coles and the Forest Assassin” by Josh Walker is the second book of the series “Luke Coles”. The first book (“Luke Coles and the Flower of Chiloé”) was an amazing book, an introduction to the characters full of action and paranormal creatures. The second book even exceeds it. The plot already starts with a…

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BOOK REVIEW “That Horrible Child” by Kylie Abecca

BOOK REVIEW “That Horrible Child” by Kylie Abecca

This book is a very special one. Little Kylie has a very enigmatic vision of the world. A little girl who, from an adult’s perspective, is always messing up, but from her kind heart, she only tries to solve situations, rescue animals and save babies. This book is composed of several chapters, each one telling…

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BOOK REVIEW – “Luke Coles and the Flower of Chiloé” by Josh Walker

BOOK REVIEW – “Luke Coles and the Flower of Chiloé” by Josh Walker

  This book is a fantastic piece. It mixes adventure, paranormal and humor. The protagonist, Luke, is such an intricate character with many faces, who on one hand tries to forget and struggles with a daily life full of sarcasm and flirting, and on the other deals with paranormal creatures he tracks and destroy. A…

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BOOK REVIEW “Domain” by Mike Baron

BOOK REVIEW “Domain” by Mike Baron

“Domain” by Mike Baron is a thriller, a horror plot around a character running away from his close past and ghosts, who finds himself in a spiral of darkness, obscure secrets and paranormal nightmares. Kendall is an artist, drawing comics for an important company. He wants to move on from his situation and decide to…

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“LAS NEGRAS LÁPIDAS III” by Rodrigo E. Ordóñez

“LAS NEGRAS LÁPIDAS III” by Rodrigo E. Ordóñez

A través de hierros y escombros sobreviven los limosneros a la resaca del derrumbe, entre botellas empolvadas de tanto beberse la luz escupen luciérnagas a los peatones; son aves nocturnas que escaparon a la ceniza y al día. Mi padre dijo en alguna ocasión que antes de servir el pan ofrendaban su cólera a Dios,…

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“Horror, these dark feelings.” by Paul Zinder

“Horror, these dark feelings.” by Paul Zinder

Those cold chills, The terrors, the hair rising on the back of your neck all of it. I have a good grasp on what it is. They are lost stories, lost souls from those dark shadows on the street, the old cemeteries , forgotten barns, old mansions down on the plantations, lost souls making there…

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