Odium VI by Claire C. Riley will be here Soon!

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m sooo looking forward to this. If you haven’t started this series yet, you don’t know what you’re missing. You should definitely get right on that! I’ll include the links below 🙂

 

 


Odium VI

By: Claire C. Riley
Genres: Horror, Zombies
Series: The Dead Saga #6
Odium VI by Claire C. Riley will be here Soon!

In the sixth book of the Dead Saga series, Nina is fighting more than just her demons; she’s waging war upon evil, because the greatest enemy now isn’t the deaders—it’s humans.
Determined to eradicate the Savages from earth, Nina must settle an age-old argument and bring together mortal enemies. Because it’s more than just their own survival at risk now…it’s everyone’s.
Running blindly toward danger is what Nina does best—only this time her eyes are wide open. She knows the risks, but she also knows that time is running out for Mikey; the Savages are hungry, and they’ll only play with their food for so long.
Nina must eventually make the choice between love and survival, because in a world gone mad, you can’t have both, and no matter how much you want to stay, sometimes it’s easier to say goodbye.

Also by this author: Odium II, Limerence 2, Odium Origins. A Dead Saga Novella. Part Two
 
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Purchase Links

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About Claire C. Riley

Claire C. Riley is a USA Today and International bestselling author. She is also a bestselling British horror writer and an Amazon top 100 bestseller.

Claire writes on the darker side of fiction, dipping her pen into genres such as post-apocalyptic, dystopia, thrillers, and even some horror. She writes characters that are realistic, and kills them without mercy.

She also writes under the soon to be released pen name of Cee Cee Riley, where she will be writing in the romance and post-apocalyptic romance genres.

Claire lives in the United Kingdom with her husband and three daughters.

She believes in cupcakes, rum and rap battles are the solution to all of life’s problems.

 

Author of:

Odium The Dead Saga Series

Odium Origins Series

Limerence (The Obsession Series)

Out of the Dark Series,

Twisted Magic,

Co-authored books with Madeline Sheehan:

Thicker than Blood,

Beneath Blood & Bone,

& Shut Up & Kiss me,

And soon to be released by Cee Cee Riley:

The Ride or Die Series

 

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Clock’s Watch by Michael Reyes


Clock's Watch

By: Michael Reyes
Genres: Dark Fantasy
Pages: 160
Publisher: Mycelium Press
Published on: January 5, 2018
Clock’s Watch by Michael Reyes

Clock the Chaos Mage. A stranger out of time, hidden in the folds of shadow. He is the guardian of Coney Island’s supernatural borderlands, and the only thing standing between our reality and the demons that thirst to destroy it.

Clock’s Watch. An anthology of heroic dark fantasy and terror. Illustrations by Sean Bova, Jay Campbell and MV.

Also by this author: Clock's Watch

I received this book for free from Author Gifted in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

 

There is the world we can see and there is the world you can’t. Clock is the protector between those two worlds. When the other world is threatening to come into ours, it is up to Clock. Clock is not human, and because of this, only certain humans can see him. He is the only one that can fix it.

When things go bad, they don’t just go a little bad, they go all the way, earth ending bad. Obviously, that is the goal of the evil. Okay maybe not evil per se but not good either. There are also immense objects that carry power, for example Clock’s weapons are full of power. Sometimes others desire that power. This book isn’t about one story. It actually is an anthology of multiple stores that follow Clock. What happens when our only defender looks like a child?

I believe that there are clocks around us always. Those you can see and those you can’t. For Clock he can be seen by those who have the gift. The gift is not being other worldly, but more of a special sight. I believe it is having a 6th sight about you. Understanding the power of the earth and that not everything is clear cut.

I enjoy this book, it gives me hope that there is someone looking out for us. Maybe there are not enemies of ours from other worlds or dimensions, but there is evil and enemies around the country, world, and who knows what else. I think that is the base of this story. We all want someone who can protect us, we all want someone who can shine a light when it is dark. There are times however, that we can’t be who we need to be for those we can about, for those we love, and so why not have an invisible being that can help us in our time of need.

 

 

 

About Michael Reyes

Michael Reyes is a writer from Brooklyn currently living in the Bronx. His fiction has appeared in Weird Tales, Dark Eclipse, 31 More Nights of Halloween by Rainstorm Press, Twisted Boulevard by Elektrik Milk Bath Press, Cirsova, Red Sun Magazine, Morpheus Tales, Body Parts Magazine and Odd Tales of Wonder. His first book, Clock's Watch, an anthology of dark heroic fantasy was recently published.

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Church by Renee Miller


Church

By: Renee Miller
Genres: Horror, mystery, Thriller
Pages: 140
Publisher: unnerving
Published on: October 17, 2017
Church by Renee Miller

Ray is a Christian, but he loves a woman who follows a god called Zabir. Determined to save her from eternal damnation, he joins her church.

Ray doesn’t realize that indoctrination into the Zabian way is a process that not only breaks a man physically, it strips his identity and shatters his mind. He holds onto his faith at first, but as his prayers for mercy go unanswered, and the pain inflicted on him becomes too much to bear, the void of nothingness promises relief, and tempts Ray to do the unthinkable, even if leaves his soul as damned as the one he tried to save.

 
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Organized religion has existed for more than 2000 years, and in that time there have been some issues.  Be it women being killed because of proposed witchcraft, or because someone thought they looked at them wrong.  Well in this story it isn’t about widespread religion that has issues, but what happens when an individual gains too much power.  In other words this is about a cult with a charismatic leader.

Not everyone who falls in love with a cult member wants to be part of a cult, but this one takes cult to a whole other level.  The main character in this book is an egomaniac who uses a belief of a high power. That and the belief that a higher power speaks to some people as a conduit.  It isn’t about the religion, or whatever god the cult believes in.  

This leader is all about the money, and will do whatever he can and needs to. He wants to make sure he gets as much as possible.  Some of the things that he does are hideous, I mean some of the things rival that of horrible warlords.  It is all in the name of the almighty dollar, or I think in this case not just money but that feeling power.  Power is a powerful feeling, and while some people thrive on it, others not just thrive, but feels they need it, they need it all the way to their toes in order to live. That is the way this guy is, and he will use  

Some of the things in this book that are troubling, especially if you believe in a higher power. At times it is hard reading these elements, but sometimes it may actually be a good thing. Pushing the boundaries of what is comfortable makes people more empathic. There are other times that reading is just hard. When that is the case, stop reading, it is not worth hurting yourself emotionally.

 

Purchase Link

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About Renee Miller

 

I’d like to say I hate talking about myself, but that would be a lie. I don’t mind in the least. Will it be interesting? Meh.

I grew up in Tweed, Ontario, a small town north of Toronto for all of you wondering where the heck that is. Once the home of Elvis’s ghost and not much else, Tweed is quiet and familiar and that is just fine by me.

HWA member, published independently and traditionally with publications such as UnnervingMagazine, Broadswords and Blasters, DarkFuse Magazine, Deadman’s Tome, Cwtch Press and Hindered Souls Press. You can also find me over at Deviant Dolls Publications and Underground Book Reviews.

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