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Leah Looks At – Looming Low: Vol. II

By on September 23, 2022 in Book Reviews, Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks At – Looming Low: Vol. II

Looming Low: Vol. IIEdited by: Justin Steele and Max CowanPublisher: Dim Shores Publication Year: October, 2022ISBN: 9798985828214 Format: Hardcover and First Paperback editions limited to 150 hand-numbered copies. At the time of this post, I have seen that number now in question for First Paperback. An e-book version is promised to arrive, but timing remains […]

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Leah Looks At: MAGGOTS SCREAMING!

Leah Looks At: MAGGOTS SCREAMING!

GENRE: Horror/SpookemsAUTHOR/PUBLISHER: Max Booth III, Ghoulish Books, Perpetual Motion Machine PublishingRELEASE DATE: April 12, 2022 Perpetual Motion Machine was gracious enough to send me a review copy of Max Booth III’s most recent offering, MAGGOTS SCREAMING! Upon opening the book, I was struck by a single word. This word served as a reminder of the […]

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Leah Looks at: FOLLOW HIM

By on September 30, 2020 in Book Reviews, Leah's Lair, Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks at: FOLLOW HIM

FOLLOW HIM HellBound Books Publishing, LLC Houston, TX October 4, 2019 Craig Stewart’s FOLLOW HIM feeds our basic desires to watch terrible people do even worse things to one another. Does that make me basic? I get it, lonely reader. I’m so sorry you had that nasty split. People change over time. Some metamorphoses are […]

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Leah Looks At: Bad People

Leah Looks At: Bad People

Leah Looks At: “Bad People” by Craig Wallwork In this thriller, Craig Wallwork drags the reader through an emotional gamut. (Hint: the reader = This reader) What I first imagined would be a thick patina of overused and weary tropes soon evolved into something that I did not expect. May I remind you that I […]

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Leah Looks At “Elaine,” by Ben Arzate

By on February 19, 2020 in Book Reviews, Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks At “Elaine,” by Ben Arzate

Elaine Atlatl Press Available HERE February 28, 2020 This narrative of a seemingly somnolent northern Minnesota town opens on a stroke of extreme violence, one whose reverb echoes throughout the entirety of this work. Record store owner Chris penetrates a reservoir of ill fortune when his girlfriend Agnes returns to her hometown of Elaine to bury […]

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