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WildernessPunk Justice

November 18, 2017

Justice, slow in coming, many say it’s blind. Some believe in a cosmic balance, fate, karma, we reap as we sow… . . I call BS on the above. Like most things we have the power to observe, Justice is random, karma only occurs through Chaos happening to get it right sometimes. Of course, sometimes […]

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 […]

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 […]

Destiny by William Emmett

August 14, 2017

Destiny by William Emmett, came out in 2017 and it was nice to read a recently released novel. In this science fiction tale, super high tech meets a totalitarian medieval state along with various other cultures, which exist on this far-off world our hero finds himself stranded on. Genre: Science Fiction Publisher:  Xlibris Published: 2017 […]

Tainted Blood by Ferrel D. Moore

July 31, 2017

Genre:  Dark Fantasy Publisher:  White Cat Publications Published: 2011 Reviewer Rating:  4 Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths Tainted Blood by Ferrel D. Moore might be considered a horror by some, but I would place it firmly in the camp of Dark Fantasy, despite its high body count. The story has multiple POVs, but follows the plight […]

WildernessPunk Extravagance

July 30, 2017

So I moved from a cool mountain paradise with no humidity and mosquitos down to a steaming desert to be blasted by the heat in the middle of the summer. One could say my choice has questionable merit and might have been unwise. Butttttt, hear me out. I have also moved from the most expensive […]

Aliens: Labyrinth

June 23, 2017

Genre:  Horror Publisher: Dark Horse Published:  1997 Reviewer Rating:  4 Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths       As some people might know, I am a big fan of the Alien series and concept. I used to read a lot of comics and graphic novels. I switched to mostly reading books over the last decade or […]

Netherspace by Andrew Lane and Nigel Foster

May 30, 2017

  Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  Titan Books Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating:  4 Reviewer:  Michael Griffiths     Netherspace by Andrew Lane and Nigel Fosteris a Science Fiction novel with a huge imaginative scope. These folks bring in the concept of Netherspace, which is a method of traveling through another, and very odd, dimension in order […]

The Raping of Ava DeSantis by Mylo Carbia

May 11, 2017

Genre: Horror Publisher: Rockefeller Publishing Group Published: 2015 Reviewer Rating: 3 Stars Reviewer: Michael D. Griffiths   The Raping of Ava DeSantis by Mylo Carbia is a horror novel set in contemporary times. There is not a drop of supernatural in this one. It could be labeled Thriller, as easy as Horror, if it were […]

Low Noon Edited by David A. Riley

April 10, 2017

    Genre: Horror Publisher: Science Fiction Trails Published: 2012 Reviewer Rating: 4 Reviewer: Michael D. Griffiths     Low Noon is a horror anthology set in the Weird Wild West and is edited by David A. Riley. I guess I am going through an anthology reading phase or perhaps I am desperate to read […]