Month: December 2016

Book review: The Night Marchers – Daniel Braum

I wasn’t entirely sure of what to expect from this collection of short fiction from Daniel Braun. I’d enjoyed his story ‘An American Ghost in Zürich’, which featured in the Grey Matter Press anthology, ‘Savage Beasts’, so I went in to this collection with high expectations. I’ve heard this collection described as ‘strange’, and I’d…

Book reviews – Werewolf double header! Toneye Eyenot – Blood Moon Big Top & Dominic Stabile – Full Moon in the West

  Two short reviews for a couple of Werewolf novellas I read recently. I love a bit of shapeshifting blood and guts and both of these novella length pieces delivered exactly what is needed to make a very cool Werewolf tale. Check them out! Blood Moon Big Top – Toneye Eyenot Toneye isn’t afraid to…

Book review: SNAFU: Black Ops

The SNAFU series from Cohesion Press has been churning out military infused horror fiction for some time now. With ‘SNAFU: Black ops’ the publishers have enlisted the services of some cool cats like Jonathan Maberry and Nicholas Sansbury Smith, both of whom should be well-known to you if you read a lot of this sort…

Book review: The Mirror’s Truth – Michael R. Fletcher

‘The Mirror’s Truth’ is the second novel by Michael R. Fletcher and he once again thrusts us into the world he’s created where delusions are manifested and power corrupts. Fletcher’s ‘Beyond Redemption’ was a triumph of Grimdark storytelling. Morally ambiguous characters, blood and guts a plenty and no happy endings meant I was easily hooked…