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Review: The Long Guest by Jennifer Mugrage

[ Image Source: OutofBabel.com ] This is a fairly well done cover. I’m getting a school or library artwork-type vibe from this, which is great and that yellow lettering on the author name is a excellent choice for color palette.

This review was done as an ARC, in exchange for an honest review.

Hrm, let’s see . . . what do we look for in books that isn’t mentioned a whole lot? That’s it! You guessed it – immersion. The Long Guest by Mugrage is exactly that. The story immerses you in an environment from long ago, around 10000 B.C. where chaos reigns down from the sky, creating a language barrier to prevent the continuation of building the Tower of Babel. Only 17 pages before the story dropped for me, which came in way under my 100 page threshold mark.

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Nov. 2020 Book Haul

October is almost over and the horror reading will be winding itself down, here shortly. It was a great month for reading and writing, but it will be a nice change of pace because now I have several cobwebs growing in my brain. I didn’t quite read everything I meant to with Corpsepaint by David Peak and Wytches Vol. 1 by Scott Snyder sadly taking a bench seat on the Halloween 2020 reading list.

Remember, kids. The horror reads you. You don’t read the horror.

But, pay no mind, because November is practically here and we will have a wide variety of things to read. These books listed here are all paperback book haul here in November. Don’t even ask me about my eBook Haul. 🤣