Book Review – Paradise, Maine by Jackson R. Thomas

Author, Morgan Tanner takes a trip to PARADISE, MAINE with Jackson R. Thomas.
Let the madness begin!

MORGAN K TANNER, Writer of Horror


Paradise, Maine is a location that sounds too good to be true. A small town with picturesque views, friendly locals, and beautiful woodland. Oh, and a sadistic murderous beast that stalks said woodland.

You see, the seemingly friendly townsfolk know all too well about The Watcher, this strange beast-cannibal-human-monster thing in the woods. When out-of-towners visit their little community, the locals know exactly what’s going to happen to them, and do their very best to assist in any way they can. Of course they do, as the helpless visitors haven’t exactly arrived there by coincidence.

Enter Darren and Vanis, a couple who have had their problems. Getting away for a break in the country sounds like bliss and just what their relationship needs. Surely this time away will heal the bitterness and trust issues once and for all.

But, of course, this is a horror novel.

We’re introduced to The…

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(REVIEW) Tim Meyer and 69!


69: A Short Novel of Cosmic Horror69: A Short Novel of Cosmic Horror by Tim Meyer

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

69 shows Meyer proudly wearing his influences on his sleeve and delivering another strange and creepy tale of cosmic horror.

Little pieces of this book reminded me of everything from an episode of the X-Files to Silence of the Lambs to It to a recent Ronald Malfi novel, all without coming off as a cheap imitation.

My favorite characters in here were Phelps and Barnes. They both felt very real to me and the past incidents that haunt them within the pages of the book (especially Phelps with her grandmother and her secrets) really made me want them to pull through. By the way, Phelps’s grandparent’s secret–one of the creepiest things I’ve read in a while.

At a little under 200 pages, 69 is a pretty quick read. Definitely recommended!

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Tim Meyer dwells in a dark cave near the Jersey Shore. He’s an author, husband, father, podcast host, blogger, coffee connoisseur, beer enthusiast, and explorer of worlds. He writes horror, mysteries, science fiction, and thrillers, although he prefers to blur genres and let the story fall where it may.


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