Category Archives: Grand Central Publishing

Frightful Friday: By Any Means by Chris Culver

Frightful Friday is a weekly meme in which I feature a particularly scary or chilling book that I’ve read that week. This week’s featured title is By Any Means by Chris Culver: Series: Ash Rashid Paperback: 416 pages Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (May 6, 2014) ISBN-10: 1455525987 Source: Publisher His days as a homicide detective […]

Review: The Blessings by Elise Juska

Hardcover: 272 pages Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (May 6, 2014) ISBN-10: 1455574031 Source: Publisher The Blessings are a large, tightly-knit family.  Celebrations are large and grand like the family itself. When John Blessing, the oldest son, passes away at a young age, his death causes a rippling affect that alters the lives of each generation. […]

Frightful Friday: Red Moon by Benjamin Percy

Frightful Friday is a weekly meme in which I feature a particularly scary or chilling book that I’ve read that week. The featured title this week is Red Moon by Benjamin Percy: Hardcover: 544 pages Publisher: Grand Central Publishing; First Edition edition (May 7, 2013) ISBN-10: 1455501662 Source: Publisher (via Netgalley) Set in an alternate […]

Zombie Mondays: The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse by Steven C. Schlozman

Paperback: 224 pages Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (March 21, 2012) ISBN-10: 0446564656 Source: Personal Copy Two-thirds of humankind have been infected with ataxic neurodegenerative satiety deficiency syndrome (ANSD), the virus that causes individuals to lose all evidence of humanity, lurch when they walk, and crave human flesh. Dr. Stanley Blum is a neurodevelopmental biologist, researcher […]

Review: Satori by Don Winslow

Hardcover: 512 pages Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (March 7, 2011) ISBN-10: 0446561924 Source: Publisher “Satori” is a zen Buddhist term for “sudden awakening, a realization of life as it really is.”  In Don Winslow’s Satori, a prequel to the best-selling thriller, Shibumi, by Trevanian, we meet Nicholai Hel, a master of “hoda korusu”, the naked kill. Hel […]