Tagged: Adventure

Book Review | Agents of the Internet Apocalypse by Wayne Gladstone

Agents of the Internet Apocalypse is the second book of the Internet Apocalypse trilogy by Wayne Gladstone, so if you haven’t read the first one (Notes from the Internet Apocalypse) you really should. While you probably could get away without reading it, you really should read it first. Two reasons: It’s also a really good book, and Book 2 will make a little more sense. Agents of the Internet Apocalypse starts a few months after the end of book 1...

Book Review | The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey

I’ll start out this review by saying I’m not the biggest fan of zombie fiction, so when I say I loved this book that gives you an idea of how much I enjoyed it. I’ve read a few zombie-themed books my time, but I don’t go out of my way to find them, mainly because I find it’s been done to death (pardon the pun). That said, I’ve now read “The Girl With All The Gifts” by M.R. Carey three...

Book Review | The Doomsayer Journeys by Steve Wetherell

I’ve recently finished reading the four books of The Doomsayer Journeys by Steve Wetherell, and thought I’d start a new section of my blog where I’ll post my thoughts on what I’ve read. So in this inaugural edition of what will undoubtedly be a most irregular thing, I’ll be talking about the four books in the series: The Last Volunteer (The Doomsayers Journeys Book 1) The Chained Immortal (The Doomsayers Journeys Book 2) The Mad Emperor (The Doomsayers Journeys Book 3) A Dark...

Mimic Madness a Finsbury Park mini by Morgan Hobbes

Mimic Madness: A Finsbury Park Mini

This is a follow on from my previously published short Finsbury Park, so if you haven’t read that you probably should so you know who the characters are. Finsbury Park was in his living room watching a foreign movie when a loud crash came from his kitchen. He jumped up and ran to investigate and found, to his great disappointment, Mister Universe standing there eating a biscuit. “No, no, no. Whatever you want. No,” Finsbury said. “At least hear me...