Book Reviews

Scapegoat

By Adam Howe

Goodreads Review from Marc Tams: 5 of 5 stars

Dude gets dragged into one last road trip with his old metal band, encounters with insane doomsday cult ensue, plus monsters of biblical proportions.

Scapegoat could be summed up that easily. However, Scapegoat is so much more than that.

Scapegoat is the lines of interference on the 22 inch telly... READ FULL REVIEW ON GOODREADS

The Wish Mechanics

By Daniel Braum

Goodreads Review from Marc Tams: 4 of 5 stars

In this book you'll find dragons, ghosts, space vampires, Yakuza and lots of lizards.

That in itself is a great thing but when you combine it with a genuine talent for storytelling and some convincing imagery you get something special.

The Wish Mechanics is definitely a special book. Daniel Braum... READ FULL REVIEW ON GOODREADS

Year's Best Hardcore Horror Volume 3

By Randy Chandler

Goodreads Review from Marc Tams: 4 of 5 stars

I was uncertain what I would be getting with this book.

I assumed it would be all guts and porn but I was completely wrong.

The anthology starts with So Sings The Siren, a story that acts as a kind of aria for the book and one that sets a very unsettling mood indeed.

What follows is a collection of... READ FULL REVIEW ON GOODREADS

Bleeding Shadows

By Joe R. Lansdale

Goodreads Review from Marc Tams: 4 of 5 stars

This is a great showcase for Joe Lansdale's versatility and natural storytelling. You can feel the heat of the Texas sun and the cruel beauty of the place glaring out from each tale.

It's a bit sprawling at 500 plus pages but there's something good on every page.

I want to read more about Jim. READ FULL REVIEW ON GOODREADS

Wrestle Maniacs

By Adam Howe

Goodreads Review from Marc Tams: 5 of 5 stars

Wrestle Maniacs is a short story anthology about, you guessed it, wrestlers.

These wrestlers are a little different though. They're past their prime and dealing with some frankly bizarre issues such as uncontrollable murderous urges, being hunted by a shady group of Communists who may or may not e... READ FULL REVIEW ON GOODREADS