57 Channels and Nothing On

This time last year, Sons of Anarchy was finishing it’s 7 season run. While the show had its element of cheese, you can’t deny that it was well written and throughly entertaining. Hell, Stephen King was a fan and did a cameo on the condition he would be able to ride a red Harley. It had characters to love and care about and ones to hate with a passion. It had heart. The fan base grew every season. Kurt Sutter is a evil genius with a bad attitude and uncompromising vision. The show ended on a solid note. Then came the New Year and a bleak television landscape. It seems like television has hit a low point. Yes there have been a...

PANDEMIC by Scott Sigler

PANDEMIC Scott Sigler Publisher: Crown Release date: January 21st, 2014 Trilogies are a strange animal. 3 separate pieces that make up a whole. Now as you know, it takes time to write even 1 book let alone 3. During the time it takes to write those 3 pieces of the puzzle, all sorts of things can happen. For instance, Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, it started out strong. Then in the 2nd movie you had the motherfucking Joker. That nutjob lit the screen up. But then, Heath Ledger died and everything changed. The question becomes about how do you end strong when the key piece is gone? You have to take the remaining pieces and form an...

ONE MORE BODY by Josh Stallings

Heist publishing Release date: October 6th, 2013 Ever since I discovered Josh Stallings I have constantly wondered why he isn’t more known. Stallings is like an indie punk band whose records are only known to the hippest few who are in the know. That is a cool thing but at the same time you know that if there ever was a band that deserved to be playing arenas, it’s this one. However, Stallings isn’t for everyone. He pulls no punches. If you are of the squeamish nature and dare to enter his world, he will hold you by the scruff of your neck and force you to take a long look at some serious demons. One More Body is the 3rd book in the Moses...

The Skies Belong To Us-Love and Terror In the Golden Age of Hijacking by Brendan I. Koerner Nov08

The Skies Belong To Us-Love and Terror In the Gold...

I’ve spoken of this scenario before. I see a book at the library. I pick it up and think it looks cool but ultimately end up putting it back on the shelf. That repeats itself 3-5 more times before I finally get the book out. 9 times out of 10, the book I put back all those times turns out to be fucking badass when I finally do take the plunge. I can’t help but wonder if said book would be as cool if I grabbed it the first time I spotted it. So this true story is a forgotten piece of history and it’s a doozy. Fuck I just used the word doozy. Anyway moving right along, the concept of hijacking an airplane is an old school phenomenon....

SHOT All TO HELL by Mark Lee Gardner

I love Westerns. Ever since I was a kid, it didn’t matter if it was John Wayne or Clint Eastwood or if it was some fantasy like spaghetti western or a Sam Peckinpah sweat drenched nightmare. Also I didn’t care if it was based on historical fact or was the creation of some long forgotten screenwriter. I just loved westerns. My dad turned me onto them when I was very young. I will forever be thankful for that. As years passed, I’d start to learn more of the history surrounding certain legends portrayed in the films I’d grown up with. Like for instance how Wyatt Earp wasn’t that much of a hero or that Billy the Kid was a complete psychopath....