After (Forstchen) Series by William R. Forstchen 22 JANUARY, 2017 Titles: One Second After One Year After The Last Day [br] Author: William R. Forstchen [br] Series: After Trilogy [br] Total Hours: 35 hours 23 minutes [br] Publisher: Forge Books [br] Release Date: 01-03-17 [br] ISBN-10: OSA: 9781429922067 OYA: 0765376717 TFD: 0765376733 The After series by William R. Forstchen is truly an epic apocalypse series in the vein of “old school” novels in the genre. Forstchen mentions in his forward that his goal was to deliver a novel in lines with Alas, Babylon and On the Beach, and he succeeded. The main character, John Matherson, is a...Read More
An epic tale, THE PASSAGE by Justin Cronin, is one of the broad sweeping books that sucks you in and drags you along for the ride. It’s horrific, startling, and uncomfortable all at the same time. It’s sort of like reading Steinbeck, but with vampires in the apocalypse. THE PASSAGE is a hard novel to surmise. The story focuses on a young girl, Amy, the daughter of a prostitute, abandoned at a convent and taken in by a nun who believes she is the answer to everything. Amy comes under the attention of the U.S. Military and Special Agent...Read More
A must read novel! Mordacious is the first in a new series, but an addition to Sarah Fleming’s Until the End of the World series. Mordacious, takes us back to New York city and focuses on what “real life” survivors might have to deal with. In Mordacious you meet some new characters and some characters that were mentioned in the Until the End of the World series. I have high hopes for this new series and hope the culmination will be a huge plot arc that comes back to the original series.Read More
The NOLA Zombie series comes to a close with this emotional and action-packed installment.
Since the SHTF, Romeo is good at one thing, killing zombies. He doesn’t want to waste his time with anything else. His fellow survivors think of him as a machine and he’s fine with that. There isn’t any time to waste on things, like feelings, or other nonsense.Read More
This might be a little weird to some people. I’m interviewing myself. But, and this might be different for other authors that use pen names – my pen name has almost become a new “personality” within myself. Please don’t break out the straight-jackets and lock me away for a multiple-personality disorder. The only way I can describe it, is if you are a mom and you go to your kids school and put on your “kid friendly personality” and then say you are a bartender and serve drinks and you put on your “flirty” personality. Well, Gillian Zane is the zombie writer/prepper personality shoved into me. Because on top of Gillian, there is also the Parajunkee personality which is the crazy book reader and blogger, then there is Rachel, the PTA President and non-stop volunteer personality, and then there is Rachel The Great – which is the secret personality that only comes out to annoy my husband. So, think of this as the Parajunkee personality interviewing the Gillian Zane personality. I apologize in advance.Read More
Five Geek-tastic Stars for Ashley Poston’s GeekerellaMar 13, 2017 | Book Review