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Home Before Dark by Riley Sager

Rating: 5 out of 5.

It has been a while since I posted on my actual website but this book needed more than just a tiny blurb in Instagram. It is officially spooky season, so of course I have no choice but to read as many books as possible that will get me in the spooky mood! This book checked off all the boxes for me! A mysterious past, a haunted house, a murder, and a woman trying to figure out the truth about her past. Was the book her father wrote about their house fact or fiction? Was there something more sinister at hand? There were so many questions I had right from the beginning and Sager answered them all. So, let’s get into this review!

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Demon Harvest by Patrick C Greene

Rating: 4 out of 5.

It is officially spooky season and I am enjoying reading all things spooky. That is why I was so excited when Netgalley approved me to receive this book. The citizens of Ember Hollow are once again haunted with madness and murder. Will all of the characters survive until the end? Would we see shape shifting creatures, good and bad witches, demonic jack o lantern monsters? Why yes, yes you will! So let’s get into it!

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The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The Hollow Places started off with Kara getting ready to move in with her mother after getting a divorce. Luckily for her, her Uncle spared her from that fate and asked her to move in with him and help out with his oddities museum. Actually, now that I think of it, was it really that lucky? I mean, she did end up being trapped in a world with portals to other worlds, and there were things trying to kill her, but I digress. She was starting over and her life was certainly about to change.

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The Devil’s Only Friend by Dan Wells

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I will admit that sometimes I just pick a book without paying attention if it is part of a series or not. This was one of those times, but thankfully I didn’t need to have read the other books for this one to make sense. What can I say? How could I not read a book whose synopsis says: “John Wayne Cleaver hunts demons: they’ve killed his neighbors, his family, and the girl he loves, but in the end he’s always won. Now he works for a secret government kill team, using his gift to hunt and kill as many monsters as he can. . . . . . but the monsters have noticed” . I mean, how could I resist? Seriously?

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