Category Archives: Horror

Top Ten Reads of 2015

Wayward

#10 – Breakers by Edward W. Robertson (Review – US – Audible (Omnibus .5-3) – UK) My new favorite scifi/post-apocalyptic franchise keeps packing quality character relationships with a fresh apocalyptic adventure. The first three books are free, and the first 3.5 books are one credit on Audible. The narration is top-of-the-line produced by R.C. Bray and Podium Publishing.  #9 […]

Mountain Man Omnibus (Books 1-3) by Keith C. Blackmore (Narr. R.C. Bray)

Mountain Man Omnibus

An new outstanding zombie series, especially for audiobook lovers. I hadn’t heard of Keith C. Blackmore, but I have been a fan, and still am, of the narrator, R.C. Bray and Podium Publishing. I love bunker stories in the zombie apocalypse genre, and this is one of the best I’ve read. Likable, flawed characters with […]

Audiobook Review: THE FOLD by Peter Clines (Narr. Ray Porter)

Fold

The Fold by Peter Clines STEP INTO THE FOLD. IT’S PERFECTLY SAFE. The folks in Mike Erikson’s small New England town would say he’s just your average, everyday guy. And that’s exactly how Mike likes it. Sure, the life he’s chosen isn’t much of a challenge to someone with his unique gifts, but he’s content […]

Audiobook Review: THE REMAINING by D.J. Molles (Narr. Christian Rummel)

The Remaining

The Remaining by D.J. Molles (Narrated by Christian Rummel) My rating: 4 of 5 stars Beginnings of zombie books are important because they are where the story often sets itself apart. This book has a few ways, one of which being that I guess it isn’t technically a zombie book. The furies are dead people […]

Book Review: BLACKOUT by Tim Curran (DarkFuse)

Blackout

Blackout by Tim Curran Publisher: DarkFuse, 2014. 234 Pages. Book Description: In the midst of a beautiful summer, in a perfectly American suburban middle-class neighborhood, a faraway evil is lurking, waiting to strike the unsuspecting residents. First come the flashing lights, then the heavy rains, high winds, and finally a total blackout. But that’s only […]