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The Dark Tower IV: Wizard & Glass

The Dark Tower IV: Wizard & Glass
Our Score: 10/10
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Stephen King - The unfinished events aboard Blaine the monorail come to a conclusion in this fourth story of Roland and his quest for the Dark Tower. A large portion of this book is Roland having palaver with his group.…

The Dark Tower V: Wolves Of The Calla

The Dark Tower V: Wolves Of The Calla
Our Score: 9/10
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Stephen King - This fifth book in the series finds Roland, Eddie, Susannah, Jake, and Oy at a place called Thunderclap just as predicted earlier in the series. King has found a way to outdo his previous books, diving…


Imajica

Imajica
Our Score: 9/10
+57% Like of 7 votes

Clive Barker - Clive Barker brings his worlds to life in this book so vividly that you actually think that you are in these worlds and they actually exist. The mental images come forth so beautifully with descriptions…

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Our Score: 8/10
+57% Like of 7 votes

Scott Kosar - This book is based on the 2003 horror movie remake. The book is about the same concept and order of the movie, there are some parts in the book that aren't mentioned in the movie.


Nightbane

Nightbane
Our Score: 10/10
+57% Like of 7 votes

Travis Lyon - Nightbane is the story of Aric Thornblade who used to be a average joe until a suspicious Victor Pendragon crosses his path. Victor offers Aric a simple mission to take out a group of people with the…

The Vampire Chronicles #5 Memnoch the Devil

The Vampire Chronicles #5 Memnoch the Devil
Our Score: 7/10
+57% Like of 7 votes

Anne Rice - This is the fifth from the series of novels which follows the steps of Lestat the Vampire. In this one the lone hero, the wicked monster has finally the chance to gain redemption. A weird demon, claiming…


The Vampire Chronicles #1 Interview with the Vampire

The Vampire Chronicles #1 Interview with the Vampire
Our Score: 9/10
+60% Like of 5 votes

Anne Rice - Interview with the Vampire is a must read to any true vampire fan due to it’s in detail filled pages of the eighteenth century right up into the nineteenth century. The story is truly a masterpiece…


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