Occult fiction series
Barr’s narrative is sophisticated. Treating his story’s religious overtones with the utmost sincerity whilst exploiting the best-loved tropes of the Occult Horror and Thriller genres to deliver a novel that is by turns dark, mysterious, and chilling.
Supernatural Suspense Thrillers
A read that radiates malevolence, Parr takes his readers on a harrowing journey, underpinned by an intriguing plot. Building his fictional town and characters with a meticulous eye for the nuances of camaraderie, this is much more than a trite horror fest.
Biblical Dystopian Fiction
Dystopia with a difference, Drago gives us an intricately constructed world of Proto-humans and strange Mythological creatures, where strange measures of time and distance make for an unfamiliar setting in which to give birth to his twisted tale of biblical endeavour.
Best New Historical Thrillers
One of those rare novels that catch you up in something bigger than yourself, namely, an archetypal desire to enjoy a powerful escapist read, Gods In The Ruins proves a powerful start to E. R. Barr’s Vatican Archives series. A viscerally effective supernatural thriller that is by turns atmospheric, eerie, evocative and above all ensures readers are always curious about what comes next!
The Devil Pulls The Strings
The Best Fantasy Fiction Book Reviews From BookViral Share on facebook Share on google Share on twitter Share on linkedin The Devil Pulls The Strings By J W Zarek Share on facebook Share on google Share on twitter Share on linkedin Buy On Amazon UK Buy On Amazon US J W Zarek’s Author Website J […]
Sita: Now You Know Me
A powerful and enigmatic re-imagining of Sita in a story that evolves far beyond her reference in Valmiki’s Ramayana, Sita: Now You Know Me is sure to engender much reflection as Sini Panicker weaves a tale of literary eloquence.