Burning Sky – Weston Ochse – Review

“Burning Sky is a fantastic novel that I enjoyed every minute of reading – engagingly written, sharply plotted and laced with both cosmic horrors and the entirely human-made horrors of modern war. I firmly believe that it represents the pinnacle of the military horror genre, and will be difficult, if not impossible, to surpass…”

Terror in 16-Bits – Jonathan Raab (Ed.) – Review

“It’s a deeply enjoyable anthology, with some fantastic cover art, and I’m a Good Person, I Mean Well, and I Deserve Better by J.R. Hamantaschen and The Drunkard’s Dream by Orrin Grey are the two star stories of the anthology; they are both brutal, haunting pieces of horror fiction, both deeply personal in their own ways, even transgressive at times, and these two alone justify purchasing the anthology.”

Merkabah Rider: High Planes Drifter – Edward M. Erdelac – Review

“I don’t have any hesitation in calling Merkabah Rider: High Planes Drifter the pinnacle of the Weird West genre, and one that will be hard to surplant. The writing is some of the best I’ve ever come across; the action scenes fast-paced and hugely enjoyable; the characterisation deep and satisfying even for minor characters; and the knowledge of Jewish mysticism, spirituality and folklore deeply ingrained and fascinating to the reader. Encompassed in one of the most luxurious and painstakingly-designed books I’ve ever come across, this title needs and deserves to be read by anyone with an interest in the Weird West, Cosmic Horror or Western genres…”