All Posts by Angela Ferdinardo

The Best Books With Hauntings!

From haunted houses to human possession, the haunting sub-genre has you covered. Open up to a world of malevolent spirits, unexplained illnesses, and haunting secrets. Check out these five spooky novels that will leave you feeling just a bit haunted yourself! By Madeleine Roux Asylum, by Madeleine Roux, published in 2014, is the first book in the […]

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Gothic Haunting Novels You Won’t Want to Miss!

Gothic Haunting is a sub-genre which combines often fictional horror with historical horror. It also involves death, supernatural elements, and a person or place under haunting. Gothic Haunting is often different from traditional haunting novels, because it carries a type of satisfying sort of horror blanketed in romanticism and aesthetic beauty. Specific time periods such as the Victorian Era […]

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Sexy Erotic Vampire Book Recommendations

Kissing the devil? The Erotic Vampire sub-genre is filled with fear, sex, longing, taboo, and a passion beyond what you’ve ever experienced. Perhaps you are searching for the next Twilight, or maybe you desire something deeper, something more erotic? Either way, you have come to the right place! After sinking your fangs into these novels, you won’t ever […]

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Fabulist Fiction Recommendations

Fabulist Fiction is a sub-genre growing in popularity and it’s easy to understand why! This genre combines the best of all worlds including science fiction, fable, fantasy, horror, realism, and fairytale. Fabulist Fiction usually consists of short tales, however can include longer novels, and they often can involve animals or mythological creatures. Unlike the horror or fantasy genres […]

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Comic Horror Book Recommendations

Laugh while you scream! Comic Horror combines the best of both worlds; horror and comedy. This sub-genre tends to be rich in satire and wit all while in the midst of the most horrifying situations! By Seth-Grahame and Jane Austen Pride Prejudice and Zombies, written by Seth-Grahame and Jane Austen, published in 2009, follows the story of Pride […]

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Dark Mystery/Noir Novels You Won’t Want to Miss

Dark mystery or noir sub-genre takes the reader beyond your average whodunit plot. This subgenre is filled with sinister and psychological twists and turns, leaving readers in suspense and often with jaw-dropping endings. Most may be familiar with more popular works within this subgenre that have been adapted for the big screen; such as Gillian […]

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Historical Horror Novels That Are A Must Read!

Notorious serial killers, spine-tingling writers, historical figures with frightening pasts, or even politicians who find themselves in something much more sinister than just your average corruption. Historical horror combines fictional horror with a bit of a non-fictional setting. Dying to dig your claws into a horrific page turning masterpiece? From a tale about Chicago’s most notorious serial killer to […]

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Book Review Antioch by Gregory Ness

Gregory Ness is a man with a brilliant mind! is uniquely rich with history, beauty, mythology, and science! This novel is simply breathtaking! Antioch, by Gregory Ness, contains a little something for everyone. You can find science, science fiction, mythology, romance, religion, philosophy, history, and psychology all wrapped into approximately four hundred and twenty-seven pages. At the end […]

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Book Review for Siren’s Wave by J.A. Hazel

To be honest, I was preparing to write a less than stellar review. Initially, I had a difficult time getting into this book. I found the beginning hard to follow, but perhaps I was also lost to the Australian terminology, the crudeness of the dialogue, and the way this novel at times glorified disfunction. However, […]

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