Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan My rating: 4 of 5 stars After blowing through the Netflix series, I couldn’t stand the thought of having to wait for another season. As always, as soon as I found out there was … Continue reading Altered Carbon Book Review
Bryan Smith follows up 68 Kill with Chip about a month after his escape from Tennessee hiding away in a seedy hotel in Florida. Having stayed out of trouble for a little while, Chip is living peacefully until he is once again dragged into a world of chaos, violence, and depravity. Of course, as a staple of Smith’s writing, the chaos comes in the form of a woman who is incredibly beautiful but also happens to be insane. Chip goes from tranquil existence to evading the police, encountering redneck psychos in the wild, and having to get his hands … Continue reading Bryan Smith’s 68 Kill Part 2 Book Review
Available now on the Amazon Store, Alphabet Soup: Horror Stories for the Tormented Soul is an interconnected anthology of 27 stories featuring a letter from the alphabet. “H is for Hegemonic” is my contribution to this excellent book and several other stories branch off into exploring more of my mythos. If you downloaded a Advanced Reader Copy, please leave a review on Amazon listing for the story so we can shoot this baby to the top. If you haven’t read this yet for only .99 cents, you can join in on the fun! Buy Your Copy Now! Continue reading Alphabet Soup: Horror Stories for the Tormented Soul is now available on Kindle!
This is one of those truly rare moments where the on-screen adaption surpasses the source material. “Man in the High Castle” is a what-if alternate history where Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany won World War 2 and divided the majority … Continue reading “The Man in the High Castle” Book Review
Overall, 21st Century Dead like many other anthologies I’ve read turns out to be another mixed bag. Some stories are great, many of them are okay, and then there are some real stinkers in the pile. What this anthology does RIGHT is branch out from the classical zombie tales of George A. Romero or the current dominant property of The Walking Dead. It tinkers with the zombie genre to show how much more can be done with these creatures who are often used as cannon fodder. 21st Century Dead is a good book for this. If you are looking for more … Continue reading Book Review: 21st Century Dead (Zombie Anthology)