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Book Review: Unbound and Other Tales – Author David Dunwoody

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UNBOUND AND OTHER TALES Author David Dunwoody Published by Library of Horror Press Publication Date: 2010 Format: Black /White – 188 pages Price: $14.95 David Dunwoody is the talented author of one of my favorite zombie novels, Empire. I can honestly say Unbound and Other Tales takes all the things I loved from Empire and spreads them out over a novel and a handful of short stories. Mr. Dunwoody builds grim worlds with very human … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Undead Wedding – Author James H. Lucas

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AN UNDEAD WEDDING Written by James H. Lucas Published by PublishAmerica Publication Date: 2009 Format: B&W – 166 Pages Price: $19.95 An Undead Wedding is a totally unabashed zombie comedy. Now, don’t get me wrong there is piles and piles of gore and violence as is required in zombie fiction. The difference is even the gore and death is there to make you laugh. There is chuckles, giggles, and guffaws in what I would call … Continue reading

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Book Review: World War of the Dead – Author Eric S. Brown

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WORLD WAR OF THE DEAD Written by Eric S. Brown Published by Coscom Entertainment Publication Date: 2009 Format: B&W – 144 Pages Price: $13.99 I first became a fan of Eric Brown’s work while reading Season of Rot. The action was so vivid, the violence so graphic, and the sweet despair almost palatable, how could a horror fiend such as I resist? I enjoyed Season of Rot enough to check out more of Mr. Brown’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter – Author Brain P. Easton

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The werewolf. Simply put a monster of legend that has been, for the most part, ignored in modern horror. Vampires are all the rage in current pop culture leaving a void where the lycanthrope should be right along side them. Brain P. Easton remedies the lack of werewolves in new dark fiction with a vengeance in his amazing new novel ‘Autobiography of a Werewolf’. The story starts with the main character, Sylvester Logan James, describing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Apartment 14F – Author Christian Saunders

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APARTMENT 14F Written by Christian Saunders Published by Damnation Books Publication Date: 2009 Format: B&W Price: $4.50 Apartment 14F was quite the change of pace from most the horror I read. Typically I prefer my reading full of gore and monsters. This tidy novelette is a well written ghost story that merges ancient Chinese culture with the modern day Internet addicted world. Damnation books brings you this story as well as several other dark tales; … Continue reading

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Book Review: Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile – Author J.L. Bourne

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I feel before I get right to the meat of this review for Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile I should confess a few things. Firstly, the ‘diary format’ is not one of my favorites. I think daily diary entries limit the amount of action, suspense, and character a writer can give you. Typically I avoid ‘dairy’ books like I would an actual zombie bite. So that leads me to my next revelation…I’ve never read … Continue reading

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Book Review: Vampires in Pimptown – Author James H. Lucas

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James H. Lucas is a funny guy. The first novel of his I read (An Undead Wedding) managed to poke fun at nearly everything you could think of about weddings and, well, the undead. Really everything between, as well. I chuckled out loud when I opened my mail and had the bright pink cover of Vampires in Pimptown staring back at me. Once I got home and dug into it I chuckled to the very … Continue reading

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