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Book Review: The King of Clayfield – Author Shane Gregory

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Once again, I find myself reviewing a zombie apocalypse novel. While some may be growing weary of the genre due to the sheer volume of zombie novels that have came out lately, I personally enjoy the idea of stumbling onto a book that manages to take a fresh look at an undead corpse despite the fact that the genre is already so overpopulated. The question then is whether or not Mr. Gregory’s ebook The King … Continue reading

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Book Review: Over the Bridge – Author Lisamarie Lamb

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I feel it necessary to start this review by giving you a quick bit of information: I am a sucker for short stories. I absolutely eat them up and as such my personal book collection has its fair share of anthologies and collections. Therefore, gladly and without knowing a thing about the stories or author, I took on the task of reviewing Miss Lisamarie Lamb’s short story collection Over the Bridge. Short, indeed, as the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Red Sand – Author Ronan Cray

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Red Sand Author: Ronan Cray On this island, there are no survivors. Lost meets Treasure Island in this riveting account of castaways on a desert island hunted on all sides. A rare blend of breathtaking action, deep character development, corporeal horror, and a believable story line brings this all too realistic modern adventure to life. When the cruise ship Princess Anne sinks at night in the middle of the Atlantic, strange, white-haired natives pluck seven … Continue reading

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Book Review: Evil Rises: Superstars Trilogy – Author Errol Barr

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Evil Rises: Superstars Trilogy Author: Errol Barr Evil Rises is a novel beginning in 400 A.D. and ending in present day. At the onset, the reader is introduced to a scene of the Devil attacking a king and killing his wife before threatening his seven sons if the king does not give up his attempt to spread Christianity. Ignoring this threat, the king enlists God’s help and ends Satan’s plot before it can ever take … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Listeners – Author Harrison Demchick

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Before the plague, and the quarantine, fourteen-year-old Daniel Raymond had only heard of the Listeners. They were a gang, or at least that’s what his best friend Katie’s police officer father had said. They were criminals, thieves, monsters–deadly men clearly identifiable by the removal of their right ears. That’s what Daniel had heard. But he didn’t know. He didn’t know much in those early days. He didn’t know how the plague began, but then, no … Continue reading

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Book Review: Siberian Hellhole – Author Michael Mulvihill

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Michael Milvihill’s new novel Siberian Hellhole is a confusing, convoluted look at Post-Perestrokia Russia in which a man named Tobias is hired to guard what he soon discovers to be a literal hole to the pits of Hell. Those attempting to gain control of said hole include “…an unholy band under Asmodeus, demon leader of dark forces, and Ethagoria Nebsonia, master of the Siberian Vampires…”, along with a Russian Orthodox Church who wishes to expel … Continue reading

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Book Review: Merciless – Author Brandon Ford

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Merciless Author: Brandon Ford Kyra and Claire have never met, never spoken, but by the time this crisp autumn evening comes to a close, they’ll have formed an unbreakable bond and an indestructible unity as they face an evil nothing in this world could’ve ever prepared them for. Kidnapped at gunpoint, they are bound, beaten, and savaged by a madman whose sole purpose is to enforce pain and impose suffering. Driving them far from their … Continue reading

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Book Review: Atrum Terra: Dark Lands – Author Brenton J. Cox

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Atrum Terra: Dark Lands (A Potentially True Zombie Apocalypse Author: Brenton J. Cox Zombies seem impossible to escape these days; they have overrun the literary field and are making a renewed comeback in the film industry despite almost being snuffed out for a time. Just as they were originally intended to do, zombies have taken over the Western world (or at least its pop culture). This being the case, roughly every other book I review … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Pitt Bull and Other Tales – Author Tom Hamilton

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The Pitt Bull and Other Tales Author: Tom Hamilton As of late, self publishing in Ebooks seems to be the way to go for most aspiring authors. Unfortunately, this has lead to a huge influx of literature that doesn’t really have any place being published either because it simply fails as entertaining or is so wrought with spelling and grammatical errors that it becomes unreadable. Such is the case with Mr. Hamilton’s The Pitt Bull … Continue reading

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Book Review: What Happens in the Attic – Author David L. Tamarin

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What Happens in the Attic Author: David L. Tamarin WARNING: Some of the scenes described below are not for the faint of heart. Do not read if you don’t wish to be sickened. David Tamarin labels himself as an author who’s “…writing is known to cause panic, anxiety, trauma, hallucinations, delirium, psychosis, vomiting, fainting, heart palpitations and priapism.” After reviewing his short story “What Happens in the Attic”, I guess I can believe it. As … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hauss Vegas – Author Christian B. Guyant

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Hauss Vegas Author: Christian B. Guyant Of the last four books I’ve reviewed, three have been about zombies in some way. It’s a craze that has lead to mountains of great literature and doesn’t look to be letting up any time soon. Unfortunately, this also means that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to write fresh zombie material when there are already hundreds of other authors doing the same. Rather than picking up a promising book and … Continue reading

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Book Review: How to Zombie Walk: A Guide to the Zombie Event – Author Eric Hahn

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How to Zombie Walk: A Guide to the Zombie Event Author: Eric Hahn With the current zombie craze in full swing, it’s inevitable that someone other than novelists would soon start taking advantage, and what Eric Hahn did was nothing short of genius. For the last five years, he has held an annual Zombie Walk in Omaha, a highly coordinated, highly entertaining event that keeps getting bigger and better each year. What started as just … Continue reading

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Book Review: Apocalypse Doll Reboot – Author Xavier Cecil

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Apocalypse Doll Reboot Author: Xavier Cecil Buy from: Amazon.com (Kindle edition) for $3.99 or paperback for $10.50 A Pop Star, A Geisha, A Martian? And a nation of zombies. It turns out the Zombie Apocalypse was caused by the Robot Apocalypse, and a high-tech mountain stronghold of besieged survivors fights a losing war against a planet-spanning, robotic intelligence with a ruthless agenda leaving no room for human civilization. Zombie-hunters overwhelmed by oceans of the Living … Continue reading

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