Posts Tagged ‘Christian Jensen’

Book Review – Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia

It isn’t often that a new series sneaks by me, especially one of this caliber. As a fan of monsters I tend to know when something is coming, and more often than not it’s shit. There are hundreds of Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror series out there with one dimensional characters, bad dialogue, and ridiculous “monsters” [...]

Book Review – Fifteen Minutes by William Ollie

Fifteen Minutes by William Ollie is a book. It is not a very good or interesting book. In fact, the only interesting thing about it is the fact that William Ollie has written three other ones just like it, or at least I have been told. I did not, and would not, read the other [...]

Book Review – Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovitch

Midnight Riot starts fast and just gains speed. The story snowballs from a strange, grisly murder and the boring prospect of a probationary London cop and quickly tumbles out of control as a chance encounter with a ghost leads Peter Grant into the world of the supernatural. Under the tutelage of Chief Inspector Nightingale, a [...]

Book Review – Hater by David Moody

In Hater, David Moody takes the everyday fear we share as a society and turns the heat up, substantiating that fear with a violent and bleak look behind the curtain of sanity. People begin to attack one another, seemingly at random. They strike with no warning, suddenly lashing out and slaughtering anyone they perceive as [...]

Book Review – Flesh Eaters by Joe McKinney

In Flesh Eaters, the city of Houston, Texas is destroyed by a series of hurricanes that leave the city destroyed and flooded. As the storms surge through the area Eleanor Norton, Emergency Operations Sergeant, struggles to get her family to safety. She has to deal with the flood waters that cover the city, the raw [...]

Book Review – Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith

Following the success of his New York Times best selling novel Pride and Prejudice with zombies, author Seth Grahame-Smith came out with Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter. I have to admit I was not even remotely pulled into the hype surrounding Pride and Prejudice with zombies, even though I am an avid zombie lover. I felt [...]