2018 halfway point review and things to come.

 

You guys probably know me well enough by now to know that I only include books published this year to include in my best of list.

While I haven’t read as many as I would have liked in this first half, here are six that stood out. Some will make it to the Year End list, some will not, but all are fun reads.

In no particular order:

BROKEN SHELLS by Michael Patrick Hicks

THE GOAT PARADE by Peter N. Dudar

BONE SAW by Patrick Lacey (Note* I’m halfway through this one now and already know it’s a heck of a read)

VIETNAM BLACK by Brad Harmer-Barnes

THE SWITCH HOUSE by Tim Meyer

THE OUTSIDER by Stephen King

The Switch House and Broken Shells are quick reads with really fun concepts.

Bone Saw and Vietnam Black are b-movie horror fun

The Goat Parade and The Outsider are a bit bigger with a lot of character driven bits. 

For the second half of the year, I’ll be trying my best to get to these babies:

THE FEED by Jason Parent

THE SIREN AND THE SPECTER by Jonathan Janz

CREATURE by Hunter Shea

PRACTITIONERS by Matt Hayward and Patrick Lacey

KILL HILL CARNAGE by Tim Meyer

THE NIGHTMARE ROOM by Chris Sorensen

ANATHEMA by Kristopher Rufty

DOG DAYS o’SUMMER by Mark Allan Gunnells and James Newman

STIRRING THE SHEETS by Chad Lutzke

HALCYON by Rio Youers

I’m sure there’s more not on here that I’ll add.  Feel free to share what you guys have loved and look forward to.

#Indieswhereitsat  #horrorFiction #Sharethehorror

 

 

 

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