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Zengrrl’s Book Review: Take It Back by Kia Abdullah .. #TakeItBack #KiaAbdullah #BookReview #NetGalley #MysteryBooks #Thrillers

I first became aware of 2019’s Take It Back by Kia Abdullah when an ARC became available for me to… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: ‘Nöthin’ But a Good Time: The Uncensored History of the ’80s Hard Rock Explosion’ by Tom Beaujour/Richard Bienstock .. #NothinButAGoodTime #80shardrock #BookReview #NetGalley

As someone who was part of the late 80s hard rock/hair metal scene, I was excited to read “Nothin’ But… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: Red Hands by Christopher Golden .. #RedHands #ChristopherGolden #BookReview #NetGalley #Horror #Thrillers

“Red Hands” by Christopher Golden is the third in a series of thrillers centered around the character of “weird science… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: Daylight by David Baldacci .. #DavidBaldacci #Daylight #BookReview #NetGalley #Thrillers #MysteryBooks

“Daylight” by David Baldacci is a mystery thriller centered around his character FBI Agent Atlee Pine. It is the third… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: ‘From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back’ .. #FromaCertainPointofView #BookReview #TheEmpireStrikesBack #StarWars #NetGalley

I’ve been a fan of the Star Wars universe since I first saw “A New Hope” opening weekend as a… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: Blood Cruise by Mats Strandberg .. #horror #BloodCruise #MatsStrandberg #NetGalley #BookReview

The horror novel Blood Cruise by Mats Strandberg is set aboard the Baltic Charisma, a ferry ship between Sweden and… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: The Loop by Jeremy Robert Johnson .. #TheLoop #BookReview #JeremyRobertJohnson #Horror #NetGalley

The blurb on the book said The Loop by Jeremy Robert Johnson was a cross between Stranger Things and World… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: Unrestricted Access: New and Classic Short Fiction by James Rollins .. #JamesRollins #UnrestrictedAccess #NetGalley #BookReview

  I’m a fan of James Rollins and his Sigma Force series, so I was looking forward to reading his… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Reviews: Unsafe Words by Loren Rhoads .. #UnsafeWords #LorenRhoads #NetGalley #BookReview

Unsafe Words by Loren Rhoads is the first full-length collection of the author’s award-winning short stories, which live on the… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: Deadly Waters by Dot Hutchison .. #DeadlyWaters #NetGalley #BookReview #DotHutchinson

From Dot Hutchinson, the bestselling author of The Butterfly Garden series (which I liked), comes a new mystery thriller, Deadly… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher .. #TheHollowPlaces #NetGalley #BookReview #TKingfisher

T. Kingfisher, also known as Ursula Vernon, is the author and illustrator of many projects in the sci-fi realm, but… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: Monstre (Volume One) by Duncan Swan .. #Monstre #NetGalley #BookReview @duncan_swan

Born from a succesful Kickstarter campaign, Monstre (Volume One) by Duncan Swan is the author’s debut, and the first of… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: Dominion (An Anthology of Speculative Fiction from Africa and the African Diaspora) Edited by Zelda Knight & Ekpeki Oghenechovwe Donald .. #Dominion #NetGalley #BookReview

) Dominion: An Anthology of Speculative Fiction from Africa and the African Diaspora is a collection of speculative fiction and… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: The Hollow Ones by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan .. #TheHollowOnes #GuillermoDelToro #ChuckHogan #NetGalley #BookReview

I’m a huge fan of Guillermo del Toro‘s films, and I enjoyed the Strain trilogy that he wrote with Chuck… Continue reading »

Zengrrl’s Book Review: The Living Dead by George A. Romero and Daniel Kraus .. #TheLivingDead #GeorgeARomero #DanielKraus #Zombies #Horror #NetGalley #BookReview

George A. Romero is known for inventing the modern zombie with his film, Night of the Living Dead, in 1968…. Continue reading »