Under The Fang – Edited by Robert R. McCammon

  Under The Fang is one I’ve seen on bookstore shelves many times throughout the 1980s. Its chock full of the decade’s horror stalwarts, yet somehow I never picked it up. On a trip to my favorite used bookstore, I came across it again and made sure not ┬áto overlook it this time. Let’s seeContinue reading “Under The Fang – Edited by Robert R. McCammon”

Baal – Robert McCammon

    To say that I like Robert McCammon’s writing is like saying fish kind of like water. He is, without a doubt, my favorite author that ever put ink to paper. His writing has wrung out every emotion possible from within my soul and has helped shape who I am as a reader, writerContinue reading “Baal – Robert McCammon”

The Queen of Bedlam – Robert McCammon

  McCammon is simply amazing. The man takes a decade off from writing in the prime years of his life when many authors hit their stride. You’d think when he came back there would be some rust he’d have to knock off the wheels. Nah, he comes out of the gate with a fury andContinue reading “The Queen of Bedlam – Robert McCammon”

They Thirst – Robert McCammon

  I’m not sure how this one slipped through my fingers. I could’ve sworn that I’d read They Thirst many, many years ago, but for some odd reason I couldn’t remember much at all about it. So, I figured it was time for a re-read. Well, now I know why I don’t remember much aboutContinue reading “They Thirst – Robert McCammon”

Last Train From Perdition (I Travel By Night, Book Two) – Robert McCammon

  The saga of Jonathan Lawson continues. After the battle in Louisiana , LaRouge escapes and Lawson is forced to continue the search for her once more. This time, he has a sidekick. Ann’s father was taken by LaRouge and now she joins Jonathan to travel by night in search of answers. Their search isContinue reading “Last Train From Perdition (I Travel By Night, Book Two) – Robert McCammon”

Book of the Dead – edited by John Skipp & Craig Spector

In the 1980s, the only person that was doing anything significant with zombies was the Godfather himself, George Romero. In horror fiction, zombie stories were as dead as the zombies themselves. Then, in 1989, this little gem of a collection came along and among it’s pages were some heavy hitters from the horror and sci-fiContinue reading “Book of the Dead – edited by John Skipp & Craig Spector”