Posts Categorized: Book Reviews

Book Review: Mort

Mort. That’s the name of the hero in this book, also called Mort. Not a very impressive sounding name, is it? Well neither is the guy himself. Out of breath after a light jog due to years of sitting on a stool in his comic book shop, Mort isn’t the type of main character who… Read more »

Book Review: The Hole

The Hole by Aaron Ross Powell is wonderfully weaved genre blend that takes you on a few detours that most standard apocalypse books don’t even touch. Powell is a first-time published author, and I must admit I am always wary of reading books by literary rookies. While Grammar and spelling errors don’t phase me –… Read more »

Book Review: Tooth and Nail by Craig DiLouie

“This is how the world ends: not with a bang, not with a whimper, but a SLAUGHTER. This is the story of the soldiers who fought to save it” Take well armed unit of the US Military, a zombie outbreak, and throw them together in the middle of a crowded city capable of producing unlimited hoards, and you have… Read more »