Reading: 53 sleepless nights

53 Sleepless Nights: 50+ Monsters, Murders, Demons, and Ghosts. Short Horror Stories and Legends. by Tobias Wade

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


This might be unfair, because if you have not read much from this author – I’m sure this is a awesome collection of stories. But I personally felt a little ripped off, cause I read most of these stories elsewhere before. What I had not read before was decent, but I know this author can do better.



Reading: Horror.dk

Horror.dk by Mathias Clasen

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Altså det er faktisk en ganske glimrende samling, grunden til jeg kun giver 3 stjerner er fordi jeg absolut ikke ville kalde det horror, det er langt tættere på suspense. Men jeg kan da godt se at suspense.dk måske ikke et den mest smidige titel.
Horror er det ikke, men det er 12 til tider foruroligende noveller og absolut værd at læse.


Reading: The horrors of Fox Hollow farm

The Horrors of Fox Hollow Farm: Unraveling the History & Hauntings of a Serial Killer’s Home by Richard Estep

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


I actually really enjoyed this book, it’s a facinating tale, and a facinating place. But this book really drags out – and that is the reason for the low rating, it gets insanely long winded by the end. But if you enjoy a these type books I’d absolutely recommend you this if it’s below 2 quid.



Reading: The reddening

The Reddening by Adam Nevill

My rating: 1 of 5 stars


I read 50 pages and gave up. Dude if I wanted to read about people aimlessly wandering around running into weirdos with large heads – i’d read the Hobbit again.
I was so super dissappointed, and I do realise it’s folklore – but the author has written such awesome stories that I had not expeced to be bored to tears. Win some lose some, I suppose.

Don’t bother reading it if you aren’t into slow burn weirdness.


Reading: The monsters we forgot (vol 1)

The Monsters We Forgot: Volume 1 by R.C. Bowman

My rating: 2 of 5 stars


I see most people give this more stars than me, and it might have been one of the reasons why I bought it – I mean the bunch of 4 star reveiws, but I was bored to TEARS. I had to give up halfway, and never got around to finish it, and I guess it’s a personal preference thing, it is not the quality.



Reading: Cold, thin air – vol 3

Cold, Thin Air Volume 3Cold, Thin Air Volume 3 by C. Walker

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

it seems uninspired and confused in general, also seems like there was no proof reader which is a shame because it does take away from the stories.
Last story in the book is however up to standard of what I have read before, from this otherwise totally amazing author.

I talked about this tragic clusterfuck in a video too, and I honestly cannot express how disappointed I was, cause C.K. Walker is an awesome damn author! I have no clue why she write this, maybe she needed to pay rent? Honestly as I said above (and in the video) it’s such a uninspired collection, and really only one of the stories are any good. They are original though! I hope the next book in this series will be as awesome as the two first! You TOTALLY need to read those!

Reading: Pastel colored dreams & human flavored nightmares

Pastel Colored Dreams & Human Flavored NightmaresPastel Colored Dreams & Human Flavored Nightmares by Vincent V. Cava

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I read over half the stories before, such a shame. If you have not read them I’m sure reading this book is a super experience.

When you think about how hard it was to get a hold of this book, I was so fucking disappointed! I read like 80% of this content for free on the internet, it was published on reddit/nosleep, and creepypasta sites. I respect mr. Cava and he seems like a genuine guy and all, but I’m not sure I am cool with paying this much for a book where most of it’s content you can/could read for free. Maybe it’s because I’m a fangirl and devours everything he writes – I mean that I already had read those stories. But if you are unfamiliar with the author, I absolutely recommend this book, and anything else he wrote really.

Reading: Eden’s eye

Eden's Eye (The Gates #1)Eden’s Eye by Leonard Petracci

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I am sorry to say that I was bored to tears, it read like a bad Stephen King novella. Such a shame because I had high hopes for this book, I love what the author have written for Nosleep, and I know he have massive potential. So this didn’t do it for me personally but I will abaolutely keep my eye (bad pun) out for other stuff by the author.