Wednesday, December 16, 2015

My Top Ten Favorite Reads of 2015

By year's end, I will have read 140 books.  That's a lot, even for me.  I've been doing this review blog for more than three years and in mid-July, I began reviewing for where they have published 16 of my reviews to date.  Looks like I may even have a few in the next print edition of Cemetery Dance Magazine, due out before year's end.

To  take the many great reads I've enjoyed this year and narrow that number down to ten was no small task.  Slightly more than 7-percent of the books I've read have made their way onto this list, and here they are, complete with links to my reviews...

#10 - Seize the Night: New Tales of Vampiric Horror edited by Christopher Golden

#9 - Little Girls by Ronald Malfi

#8 - Andersonville by Edward M. Erdelac

#7 - GodBomb! by Kit Power

#6 - Sacrificing Virgins by John Everson

#5 - Red Equinox by Douglas Wynne

#4 - Point Hollow by Rio Youers

#3 - Brother by Ania Ahlborn

#2 - A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay

#1 - Hannawhere by John McIlveen

Honorable mentions go to...

If you have a mind to, check out one or more or all of these books and whatever you do, never stop reading.


  1. I just finished Sacrificing Virgins last night - that was some dark, depraved, crazy stuff. Loved it!

  2. Great read, Frank! I'm eager to check several of these out that I missed. Especially Loved Head Full of Ghosts.