Book review: Man With The Iron Heart – Mat Nastos

Sometimes you see a book cover and you simply say “Oh yes! It will be mine!”, such was the case with Man With The Iron Heart by Mat Nastos and published by Cohesion Press. This is one of those books where you barely get to draw a breathe before the next action-packed scene explodes inside of your mind. Nastos’ tale of Nazis meddling with powers … Continue reading Book review: Man With The Iron Heart – Mat Nastos

Interview & book excerpt with Alan Baxter

Alan Baxter kicks ass! As well as writing incredible speculative fiction, Alan has over 30 years of martial arts experience and he also runs the Illawarra Kung Fu Academy! Alan has been a pretty busy chap in recent time. His Alex Caine trilogy of books are now available worldwide, late last year saw him release a superb collection of short fiction called ‘Crow Shine’ which … Continue reading Interview & book excerpt with Alan Baxter

Book review: Primordial – David Wood & Alan Baxter

The speed in which I blasted throughout this book should give you a good indication bas to how much I enjoyed it. Whilst it wasn’t quite worthy of the full quota of stars (it was close!) due to a little pace dip in the middle, ‘Primordial’ sure is a hell of a lot of fun and an easy to read horror/thriller. Now, I’m a big fan … Continue reading Book review: Primordial – David Wood & Alan Baxter

Book review: SNAFU: Future Warfare

Although this isn’t the latest SNAFU anthology from Cohesion Press it is one I have been meaning to read for some time. I took my time with it, reading a story here and there in between breaks from novels and other books I have on the go. As you can probably guess from the cover art, ‘SNAFU: Future Warfare’ takes Cohesion Press’ military infused sci-fi horror into … Continue reading Book review: SNAFU: Future Warfare

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 of stuff. Maberry kicks things off with a long piece … Continue reading Book review: SNAFU: Black Ops