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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 […]

Book Review of Shadows and Teeth, Edited by R. Perez De Peredaw

March 8, 2017

Genre: Horror Publisher: Darkwater Syndicate Published: 2016 Reviewer Rating:  4 Stars Reviewer: Michael D. Griffiths   Shadows and Teeth, was edited by R. Perez De Pereda or at least I think it was. It actually is not made clear. But I will not hold this against Darkwater Syndicate because this is an excellent horror anthology. […]

Book Review of The Race, by Nina Allan

February 13, 2017

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Titan Published: 2016 Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars Reviewer: Michael Griffiths The Race, by Nina Allan is a literary novel with just a tinge of Science Fiction. Things are hinted at in this book, like parallel worlds and the ability to talk to animals, as well as biologically developed smart dogs, but […]

Book Review of How to Survive a Horror Movie, by Seth Grahame Smith

February 7, 2017

Genre: Horror Publisher: Quick Books Published: 2007 Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars Reviewer: Michael D. Griffiths   How to Survive a Horror Movie, by Seth Grahame Smith is a comic, but practical, overview of how a person could survive if they found themselves trapped within the various sub-genres of horror. Seth gives tips to the potential […]

Book Review of Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of Planet of the Apes: The Art of the Films, by Matt Hurwitz

November 8, 2016

This impressive book of art based on the new remakes of Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was put out by one of my favorite publishers, Titan. . . It is a truly impressive volume that has artwork to boggle the mind. I tell you one […]

Heimlich in Action or Look, I’m Just Trying to Keep You Safe

October 26, 2016

Collapsing Hotel Flagstaff Arizona: So, either I care about your health and safety, dear reader, or I hope this will get someone to hire me for my ability to teach you CPR before I get thrown out of the decency-impaired hotel I’m staying in. I’ve been teaching people CPR all over this beautiful state for […]

The End of WildernessPunk?

October 12, 2016

Okay, so it is not like I haven’t hinted about this. Everyone has pluses and minuses in Life. Responses to responsibilities, gifts and people gunning for them. Okay, maybe you don’t have all those things, but I do. If it was just me, and I’ve said this too, I’d be off so deep, that I’d […]

The Nature of Nature in WildernessPunk

October 4, 2016

Since I promised you, my gentle reader, I would cheer up at the end of my last post, I’m going to discuss the nature of Nature. You’re all well aware there’s little which cheers me like Nature. . . We already discussed the theory of True Environment. True Environment is an area which would be […]

Depression or not enough Wilderness in my Punk

September 30, 2016

Depression’s got a hold of Me Depression, I got to break Free Depression’s got a hold of Me Depression’s gonna kill Me Black Flag . . Ergg, yeah sorry. Not the greatest title for getting people to dive into a post. Either you aren’t depressed so you don’t feel like being brought down, or you […]