Reviews: Witches, written by Kathryn Meyer Griffith

If the title, Witches, wasn’t straightforward enough, certainly I hope you’ve enough tools to understand what the novel’s about. Indulge me though for a moment, won’t you please reader? And let me tell you what I’ve got for you anyway. Witches was originally published in 1993; the edition reviewed is the author revised copy written…

Reviews: Paradise Burns, written by Marc E Fitch

I wonder, reader, if you can smell the air of this place: high-rise apartment buildings and their black soot-covered windows, train-tracks pushing through tufts of thick green weeds and dense grass, broken roads of blackened asphalt covered in beer bottles and solo cups — syringes, cigarette butts, opened foam plates with chicken-bones and red globs…

Reviews: The Fallow Field, written by Leigh Dovey

The Fallow Field, written by Leigh Dovey, is an interesting novella about a horrific trip through shattered memories. Matt Sadler wakes dazed – and in the middle of the wilderness, with no recollection of what happened in the recent days. Gradually though, our hero, in recovering small shards of his memory, ventures out to lonely…

Reviews: The Witness, written by Zach Bohannon

    What you are about to read is a true account. I refuse to hold anything back, as I must finally release what I’ve held inside for so long. – From The Witness, written by Zach Bohannon. I was proud at myself for not laughing. There I was, straight-faced, staring at her in the…