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WildernessPunk Road Tripping

November 10, 2017

Normal reality you are slipping, when you start Road Tripping. Those of you who have been following WildernessPunk for a while will remember much of the original posting revolved around some serious Road Tripping across the grand old US of A. Whether you’re for or against this country, you have to love the environments contained […]

The Beauty by Aliya Whiteley

October 29, 2017

Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  Titan Books Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  3 Stars Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths   The Beauty by Aliya Whiteley is a strange sort of Science Fiction. Original and odd, this story takes you in an unexpected u-turn within the first few chapters and then just keeps getting more bizarre. The tale starts […]

Version Control by Dexter Palmer

October 21, 2017

Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  Vintage Published: 2016 Reviewer Rating: 4.5 Stars Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths   Version Control by Dexter Palmer is a Science Fiction novel, heavy on the science side and low on the fantastic. The upside is the reader might learn more than a little about psychics along the way as they follow […]

WildernessPunk ShitIdiot

October 20, 2017

I invented a new word. Shitidiot. Kind of has a nice ring to it, don’t you think? I swear I wasn’t inspired by Trump, okay, perhaps a little. But this word isn’t about him. Think on it. There are two major categories of people you might not want to hang out with. Evil people and […]

Old, Smart, and Full of Fart, The Daily Discord asks Alex Bone Four Questions

October 14, 2017

Four Questions   I heard you got divorced, how is that going?   So, yeah, I’m divorced. But here’s the thing, I went ahead and figured I should stay single for a while, because no woman wants to be the bounce back gal. So, I keep telling them, “No baby, you’re not the bounce back […]

WildernessPunk Reciprocity

October 2, 2017

Reciprocity. Trade. Barter. Rare for one to hear someone talking the concept down. Quite the opposite, most people you meet give it lip service as something they seek to do at the very least. Perhaps, you might have a more lawful friend who reminds you some activities should be claimed on your taxes…blah, blah, yawn. […]

Book Review of Ninja Versus Pirate Featuring Zombies by James Marshall

September 26, 2017

Genre:  Dark Fantasy Publisher:  Chizine Published: 2012 Reviewer Rating:  2 Stars Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths   Ninja Versus Pirate Featuring Zombies by James Marshall was published by Chizine, which has always been one of my favorite publishing houses, but if I had read this one of their novels first, I might not have ever enjoyed […]

WildernessPunk City

September 24, 2017

Hello dear readers and explorers seeking the truth of the wild within our modern explosion of technological ease. Sorry for a little gap since my last post. I had a WP written, proofed, and ready to rip, but withheld it due to an overabundance of personal discourse and negativity. Yeah, I chose to spare you […]

The Sorrows by Jonathan Janz

September 13, 2017

Genre:  Horror Publisher:  Samhain Published: 2011 Reviewer Rating:  5 Stars Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths   The Sorrows by Jonathan Janz became an unexpected treat and really hit home for me because, as I read the book, my life went through many parallels with the main character, Ben, which can be a bit disturbing when reading […]

Price of Eden by Brain Burt

August 31, 2017

Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  Double Dragon Publishing Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  4.5 Stars Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths     This is the third and final book in Brian Burt’s Aquarius Rising series. I read the first two, which I enjoyed quite a lot, but I would have to say the climax of the trilogy is […]