Review: Rotters

By Nathaniel Katz

Kraus, Daniel. Rotters. Delacorte Press (April 5, 2011). 464pp. USD $16.99; CAD $18.99. ISBN: 9780385738576.

Rotters, Daniel Kraus’ second YA Horror novel, opens with the death of Joey’s mother. In the next few chapters, everything else Joey thought he could rely on falls away and he finds himself in the small town of Bloughton, with nothing but his clothes and trumpet, waiting to meet the father he’s never known. Adjusting to small town life is difficult. …

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Review: Revolution World

By Andrew G. Dombalagian

Stauber, Katy. Revolution World. Night Shade Books (March 2011). $14.99 USD. ISBN: 978-1-59780-233-8.

Raise your hand if you were ever browsing through books, movies, television shows, or video games and came across one that sounded so bizarre, ludicrous, or otherwise ridiculous that you were immediately fascinated. Now, keep your hand up if you were surprisingly satisfied after giving that silliness a shot. My magic computer box doesn’t let me see you…yet…but I will assume that …

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Win Free Copies of Fraterfamilias

We are giving away two copies of Fraterfamilias, the speculative thriller from Innsmouth Free Press. French artist Paul Farrell is gunned down at an airport. But when his corpse is stolen from the morgue, it turns out Paul is not quite dead. However, he is definitely in a lot of trouble.

Here is what you need to win a paperback copy of this novel: tell us where you would hide if you were on the run from someone. For …

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Review: Supernatural: Nevermore

Supernatural: Nevermore by Keith R.A. DeCandido

Review by Paula R. Stiles

DeCandido, Keith R.A. Supernatural: Nevermore . New York: HarperEntertainment, 2007. 318pp. US $7.99/CAN $10.99. ISBN: 978-0-06-137090-8.

Don’t believe the snobs. Novelizations of television series and films can be just as good as any other literature (Paradise Lost is unabashed biblefic by a Lucifer fanboy, when it comes right down to it). By that token, they can be pretty bad, too.

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