Category Archives: Horror

Audiobook Review: ALIEN: OUT OF THE SHADOWS by Tim Lebbon (A full cast production)

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Alien: Out of the Shadows: An Audible Original Drama Written by: Tim Lebbon, Dirk Maggs Narrated by: Rutger Hauer, Corey Johnson, Matthew Lewis, Kathryn Drysdale, Laurel Lefkow, Andrea Deck, Mac McDonald Length: 4 hrs and 31 mins Release Date: 04-26-16 Publisher: Audible Studios Book Description: As a child, Chris Hooper dreamed of monsters. But in […]

Review: The Pawn in the Portal (A Wyrd Short Story) by Nick Cole

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The Pawn in the Portal: A Wyrd Short Story by Nick Cole Print Length: 43 pages Publisher: Nick Cole (April 20, 2016) Very interesting idea for a short story. It’s essentially a well developed conversation about faith and agnosticism between two survivors in a zombie apocalypse where the strong twist at the end wisely illustrates […]

Book Review: THE SILENCE by Tim Lebbon

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The Silence by Tim Lebbon Print Length: 400 pages Publisher: Titan Books (April 14, 2015) Cheers to Lebbon for writing another apocalyptic story that sets the genre on its ear and plows forward. After loving his inter-dimensional zombie epic, Coldbrook (review here), I was very excited to see him impress me with something equally as […]

Top Ten Reads of 2015

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#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)

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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 […]