Book review: Extinction Bridge – Geoff Brown & Amanda J. Spedding

The Kindle Worlds books are usually pretty entertaining fair. Nicholas Sansbury Smith’s Extinction Cycle series of military science fiction books are very popular with genre readers, and the Kindle Worlds books are a way for writers who are fans of the series to add their own flavour to the Extinxtion Cycle world. I don’t mind a bit of military sci-fi now and then and especially in the short … Continue reading Book review: Extinction Bridge – Geoff Brown & Amanda J. Spedding

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

Book review: Preservation – Michael Patrick Hicks

This is another deftly written story from Michael Patrick Hicks. Michael’s work often contains a strong social conscience and that is very much the case with this novelette. Preservation is about a cyborg tasked with protecting the South African wildlife inside of a National Park. Poachers are leaving a trail of rhino corpses as they butcher without remorse in the hope of making some big … Continue reading Book review: Preservation – Michael Patrick Hicks

Interview with Thomas S. Flowers

Thomas S. Flowers is a writer who resides in Houston, Texas. His work primarily lurks within the darker regions of fiction. A lover of both film and fiction, Thomas has a very busy blog over at machineman.org. His latest fiction release is ‘Conceiving’, the third book in a series of finely crafted dark fiction tales that follow a group of friends brought together by the … Continue reading Interview with Thomas S. Flowers

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

Book review: A Living Grave – Robert E. Dunn

With ‘A Living Grave’, Robert Dunn has introduced us to a strong female lead in (Hurricane) Katrina Williams, a Missouri detective investigating the brutal murder of a young girl. Williams has a lot of heavy baggage that she carries around with her. She spent ten years in the army before she left under a cloud of controversy after being brutally raped and beaten. No charges … Continue reading Book review: A Living Grave – Robert E. Dunn