Genre: Horror/Thriller

Underleaf Blog Tour

Posted 31 October 2014 by Emma @ SCR in Blog Tours, Reviews / 1 Comment

Underleaf Blog Tour

I received this book for free For A Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Underleaf Blog TourUnderleaf by Gina Dickerson
Also by this author: Kaelia Awakening, The Pennington Christmas Curse, Kaelia Falling
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on 29th July 2012
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, General, Horror/Thriller, Paranormal
Pages: 190
Format: eARC
Source: For A Blog Tour
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A house with a disturbing secret, jealousy which turns deadly, heartbreak in more ways than one, and people who aren’t quite what they seem make up a few of the stories within this collection.

Turn the pages and discover that there is more to each tale as you venture Underleaf…

A collection of sixteen short stories

Firstly thank you to Jenny and Gina for letting me take part in this blog tour. This is a perfect book tour to be hosting on Halloween.

This books is a collection of 16 short stories.I have to say I’ve never been a big short story person mainly because I never find them to be enough. I always want more. However Gina has a way of making these stories the perfect length.

There are a mix of themes throughout the stories from scary and twisty to revenge and betrayal. Some of these are pretty scary though and I wouldn’t advise reading them before going to sleep.

A few of my were Prevailing Darkness, Perfect girl and Sushi Cake. I don’t know why but I was drawn to these stories.

This book was different to my normal reads and it was a refreshing change. Each little story can be read quite quickly. It was great to read in my study breaks this weekend and a perfect Halloweeny read.

About Gina Dickerson

Gina Dickerson lives by the Thanet coast on the north-eastern tip of Kent, in the UK, with her family and playful Siberian husky. She is a full-time author and writes romantic suspense with a twist, horror, and fantasy because her characters refuse to play nice and wind up with more than a few bone-rattling skeletons in their closets.

She is the author of the murderous romantic suspense novels Lies Love Tells and Unveiling Christmas, the twisted short story collection, Underleaf, as well as the fantasy, adventurous romance series Mortiswood Tales - the first in the series being Mortiswood: Kaelia Awakening. She has also written fashion and shopping columns for a local newspaper.

When she’s not writing, Gina loves rummaging in vintage clothes shops, taking way too many photographs, and leafing through fashion glossies.


Emma @ SCR

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