R.eaders I.mbibing in P.eril X


I know I’m a little late on this but I’ve been in a reading slump. If you want to know more about R.eaders I.mbibing in P.eril or you would like to sign up, just go here.


Peril the First: Read four books, any length, that you feel fit (the very broad definitions) ofR.I.P. literature.

  1. The Troop by Nick Cutter – 4 Stars
  2. Carrie by Stephen King – 3 Stars
  3. Vlad: The Last Confession by C.C. Humphreys – 4 Stars
  4. Christopher Pike’s Tales of Terror – 4 Stars
  5. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Ghost Stories and Plays – 2 Stars


Peril On the Screen: This is for those of us that like to watch suitably scary, eerie, mysterious gothic fare during this time of year.

  1. Hocus Pocus – 5 Stars
  2. Halloweentown – 5 Stars
  3. Halloweentown II – 5 Stars
  4. Halloweentown High – 5 Stars
  5. Return to Halloweentown – 3 Stars
  6. Twitches – 4 Stars
  7. Twitches Too – 4 Stars
  8. My Babysitter’s a Vampire (The Movie) – 4 Stars
  9. My Babysitter’s a Vampire (The Show) – 4 Stars
  10. Halloween (Rob Zombies) – 4 Stars
  11. Night of the Creeps – 4 Stars
  12. Night of the Living Dead 3D – 2 Stars
  13. Urban Legends – 3 Stars
  14. Hatchet II – 3 Stars
  15. Texas Chainsaw – 2Stars
  16. A lot of Ghost Adventures – 4 Stars
  17. A lot of Ghost Hunters – 3 Stars
  18. Mask Maker – 2 Stars
  19. The Pit – 3 Stars
  20. Reaper (Season One) – 4 Stars
  21. Casper Meets Wendy – 3 Stars
  22. Into the Grizzly Maze – 3 Stars
  23. Poltergeist (2015) – 2 Stars
  24. Curse of Chucky – 4 Stars
  25. The Howling – 4 Stars
  26. Howling II: … Your Sister Is a Werewolf – 3 Stars
  27. From Dusk Till Dawn – 5 Stars

Stacking the Shelves


Stacking The Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.

I only got one book this week, which is fine considering I wasn’t planning on getting any books. I went to the book store twice in one day and managed to walk out both times without a book. However, I ended up giving up when my Mom offered to buy me a book when we were at Walmart. I tried.

15717850The Demonologist by Andrew Pyper

A stolen child.

An ancient evil.

A father’s descent.

And the literary masterpiece that holds the key to his daughter’s salvation.

Professor David Ullman is among the world’s leading authorities on demonic literature, with special expertise in Milton’s Paradise Lost. Not that David is a believer—he sees what he teaches as a branch of the imagination and nothing more. So when the mysterious Thin Woman arrives at his office and invites him to travel to Venice and witness a “phenomenon,” he turns her down. She leaves plane tickets and an address on his desk, advising David that her employer is not often disappointed.

That evening, David’s wife announces she is leaving him. With his life suddenly in shambles, he impulsively whisks his beloved twelve-year-old daughter, Tess, off to Venice after all. The girl has recently been stricken by the same melancholy moods David knows so well, and he hopes to cheer her up and distract them both from the troubles at home.

But what happens in Venice will change everything.

First, in a tiny attic room at the address provided by the Thin Woman, David sees a man restrained in a chair, muttering, clearly insane . . . but could he truly be possessed? Then the man speaks clearly, in the voice of David’s dead father, repeating the last words he ever spoke to his son. Words that have left scars—and a mystery—behind.

When David rushes back to the hotel, he discovers Tess perched on the roof’s edge, high above the waters of the Grand Canal. Before she falls, she manages to utter a final plea: Find me.

What follows is an unimaginable journey for David Ullman from skeptic to true believer. In a terrifying quest guided by symbols and riddles from the pages of Paradise Lost, David must track the demon that has captured his daughter and discover its name. If he fails, he will lose Tess forever.