A review of “The Scattered and the Dead Book 1”by Tim McBain and LTVargus

The apocalypse has many faces The Scattered and the Dead is a brilliantly written take on what can only be described as several apocalyptic events occurring simultaneously to wipe out over 99% of the Earth’s population. The story lines and timelines, ranging anywhere from the virus’s initial inception 68 days before to roughly 9 years … Continue reading A review of “The Scattered and the Dead Book 1”by Tim McBain and LTVargus

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 A review of “I Am Jack” – installment 2 by Michael Bray

A killer is born I Am Jack is the newest novel by horror/thriller author Michael Bray. Released free in serialized format to members of his mailing list, I received the second installment earlier this week. While not a ‘factual account’ of the White Chapel Murders or the Ripper, it is a tale of fiction based … Continue reading  A review of “I Am Jack” – installment 2 by Michael Bray

A review of “Evil Spark (Dark Magic Enforcer Book 2)” by Al K. Line

Full disclosure – I received a free copy of this book from the author as part of his “A-Team” in exchange for an honest review. Nobody messes with Grandma! Evil Spark resumes our story of Faz Pound, Dark Magic Enforcer, shortly after the conclusion of Black Spark. Having vanquished Ankine Luisi and corrected his mistake … Continue reading A review of “Evil Spark (Dark Magic Enforcer Book 2)” by Al K. Line

A review of “INK: Blue (INK Trilogy Book 3)” by Al K. Line

Initially posted to Amazon and Goodreads April 2016 How much more can one man take? INK Blue resumes our story of Edsel, Lash and Aiden approximately 5 years after the close of INK Black. After the disastrous encounter at the amusement park, the trio has sought asylum and peace on an island off the English … Continue reading A review of “INK: Blue (INK Trilogy Book 3)” by Al K. Line

A review of “Blood Memory Season 1 Episode 3” by Perrin Briar

Organized zombie hordes in the mist? Shudder! In Season One Episode Three we find our survivors on their newly acquired catamaran in the midst of a dense fog planning a trip ashore for supplies before making the long trip to hopefully calmer waters. Once on land, they encounter not only a group of locals but … Continue reading A review of “Blood Memory Season 1 Episode 3” by Perrin Briar

A review of “INK: Black” by Al K. Line

Nobody escapes The Eventuals Initially posted to Amazon and Goodreads April 2016 INK: Black sees the return of Edsel and Aiden approximately two years after the ending of INK: Red. Still mourning his Kathy and with the passing of Bob, Edsel and Aiden set off to Wales for a new start, hoping to evade the … Continue reading A review of “INK: Black” by Al K. Line

A review of “Spanners – The Fountain of Youth” by Jonathan Maas

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - March 2016   Full Disclosure – I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review Imagine having a lifespan of only six months? What would you do? What about being immortal? Would you use your time on earth for good … Continue reading A review of “Spanners – The Fountain of Youth” by Jonathan Maas