Book Review

Virgin Night

Before Valentine’s Day, there is… VIRGIN NIGHT!

In the picturesque town of Cherry Lake, the kids aren’t alright.

Neither is the centuries-old undead slasher that haunts the town.

Or the all-powerful Megachurch with designs of the future.

On February 13th, 1998 – VIRGIN NIGHT – these will collide and the town of Cherry Lake will never be the same again.

(Goodreads Summary) 

My Thoughts 


IT was SO GOOD. 

It was amazing. 

It was perfect. 


This author has such a fun and unique voice and I have had so much fun reading his books. They are just a delight and so flipping creative. I can feel the love he has for his characters and he has made me love his characters so much too… 

This book just feels so flipping nostalgic to me. It reminds me of the first time I watched a scary movie from the eighties. It has that fun and gory plotline, but the characters feel very modern and have just so much more depth and diversity. It is the scary movie I keep hoping for in this day and age, but still haven’t quite got. There are just so many fun nuances from different scary movies I love, but somehow this author has done them better by roping them all together. 

Although the author takes so many hints and ideas from well known scary movies, he still manages to make it so unpredictable and to place so many twists I never saw coming. 

How freaking refreshing… 

Also.. the gore… Standing Ovation… so freaking well done. 

Also… there were so many funny lines in this book. Caleb and Michael’s banter was just so freaking fun. These characters felt like my friends and I didn’t want to leave them at the end of this book. It broke my heart when I got to the last page because I just wanted more. 

This book was so freaking fun and if you love horror movies, you should read it. 

My Book Rating

5/5 Book World 

5/5 Plot 

5/5 Characters

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Book Details

Virgin Night by Christopher Robertson

Genre: Horror 

Published on February 1, 2022

Copy Read: ebook 

Pages: 327   

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