[Geoff Brown] Summary SNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror ebook – eBook & Kindle


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  • SNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror
  • Geoff Brown
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  • 14 September 2019
  • 9780994630476

10 thoughts on “SNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror

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    Vote ☆☆☆ 12 Blackwater by Neal F Litherland ☆☆☆A spec ops commando on a mission to rescue a girl in a misty s

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    Blank White Page by James A Moore ★★★★½ “Whatever makes you think a few buildings brings about a civilized human being?” I have a soft spot for weird westerns I enjoyed this story of mysterious monsters facing off against mysterious monsters The backstory of the albino mulatto cryptozoologist who is transformi

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    I won't rate this as I am the publisher but damn there are some great stories in here

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    Review copyMy expectations were not that high for this anthology Although I love horror in all it's many forms I've never been that big a fan

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    Military fiction of any sort is not really my go to whatever the genre it is part of I find that very little of it is of the standard of The Forever War or Life During Wartime or the Regeneration trilogy It’s far too often war porn all about the deadly toys and full of characters from a bad John Wayne movie However I’m glad I joined in with the group Space Spells Screams monthly read of SNAFU Blackwater by Neal F Litherland is

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    Good book of short stories The Greig Beck story was my personal favorite like all of his work I also liked the Jonathan Maberry Joe Ledger adventure and will be finding his other books Also enjoyed; Blackwater by Neal Litherland Cold War Gothic by Weston Ochse A Time of Blood by Kirsten Cross and Blank White Page by James Moore

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    The fear of the unknown is what horror as a genre has always chosen to exploit and this anthology takes those fears and puts it down in a military landscape In other words it unleashes these horrors onto men and women trained for warThese are the stories and what I made out of them Blackwater A spec ops team face

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    Little Johnny Jump Up by Christine Morgan4 stars FantasyExcellent beginning for this collection featuring a canon unit during the US Civil War This is a terrific ghost story that zips right along The only thing that keeps it from being a 5 star story is that it was pretty much on rails without surprises The writing is excellent howeverCovert Genesis by Brian W Taylor3 stars FantasyThis is a decent “first encounter

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    Disclaimer I received a courtesy copy of the book in exchange for a fair and honest review I went into SNAFU with high expectations and wasn't disappointed I am a huge fan of all things Maberry and had been following the release date of this book since he first announced his participation I never miss a chance to spend time with Joe Ledger and Echo Team and the short outing included in this anthology Bug Hunt was another stellar breakout T

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    SNAFU is one of those special anthologies where every story fits the mould Each work has its own special hook or pull that keeps you reading and then wanting to read the nextThe only story without a direct focus on the military was the last Blank White Page Songs in the Key of White by James A Moore That said it fit well into the anthology a

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Geoff Brown ¶ 8 review

SNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror

Ncient myths time travelers horrors in the old west and the soldiers who fight them Featuring some of the best writers working in the field today this book inc. Review copyMy expectations were not that high for this anthology Although I love horror in all it s many forms I ve never been that big a fan of the military story Well I needn t have worried at all SNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror delivers Every story killed pun intendedSixteen tales of terror from the battlefield wherever that battlefield may be Just about every war over the last millennium and beyond is covered in this collectionSNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror features great stories from established names like Jonathan Maberry with a Joe Ledger novella Weston Ochse and James A Moore with a story featuring his characters Jonathan Crowley and Lucas SlateYou ll also find some writers you may not have read before but don t let that keep you away Some of the best stories are from authors I wasn t familiar with Christine Morgan s Little Johnny Jump Up is one of those stand out tales A ghost story set on the battlefield during the Civil War Brian W Taylor has a very cool story called Covert Genesis about a C 17 brought out of the sky by a bright blue flash and what the survivors face is simply terrifying Lawson s never been the most sociable guy to begin with Throw in alien worms who take over people s brains and you can respect his crankinessThe Shrine by David W Amendola has German soldiers unearthing something that should be been left loneBetween the covers of SNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror are rescue missions fighting giant alien spiders Japanese vampires undersea lovecraftian horrors enemies from the far future bigfoot and the undead in the form of monkeys tigers elephants and thousands of IndiansThere is so much goodness in SNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror that a seuel with four novellas of military horror will be forthcoming with stories from Jonathan Maberry Weston Ochse Joseph Nassise and James A MooreSNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror is available now in hardback paperback and ebook through com from Cohesion PressHighly recommended

Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¶ Geoff Brown

War is hell Soldiers fight to survive They fight each other and they fight the demons inside Sometimes they fight real monsters This book collects stories of a. Blank White Page by James A Moore Whatever makes you think a few buildings brings about a civilized human being I have a soft spot for weird westerns I enjoyed this story of mysterious monsters facing off against mysterious monsters The backstory of the albino mulatto cryptozoologist who is transforming into an unknown creature is a great story of its own And is Crowley some kind of Faust This story deserves a book or at least a novellaBug Hunt A Joe Ledger Adventure by Jonathan Maberry That was everything I wanted humor action adventure combat an unexpected kinship It was cinematically entertaining Now I need to read some Joe Ledger view spoilerI subseuently read three Joe Ledger books but only liked the first one hide spoiler

Summary SNAFU An Anthology of Military Horror

Ludes works from Jonathan Maberry Weston Ochse Greig Beck and James A Moore who lead the way with a contingent of emerging authors to back them up Fight or die. Little Johnny Jump Up by Christine Morgan4 stars FantasyExcellent beginning for this collection featuring a canon unit during the US Civil War This is a terrific ghost story that zips right along The only thing that keeps it from being a 5 star story is that it was pretty much on rails without surprises The writing is excellent howeverCovert Genesis by Brian W Taylor3 stars FantasyThis is a decent first encounter story but it doesn t provide any answers or a real ending The open endedness of it doesn t bother me as much but it just feels weird for weirdness sakeBug Hunt by Jonathan Maberry5 stars Science FictionThis is a Joe Ledger story where Ledger and his team from the Department of Military Sciences are tasked to recover a very bad weapon from some Russian mercenaries in the Pacific Northwest Then things get crazy when they all encounter giant spiders from outer space As with his other books I ve read this is a solid adventure story with a couple neat wrinkles It s not dissimilar to the movie Predator without being derivativeSpecial Operations Interview PTO 14 by Wayland Smith3 stars FantasyThis is in the form of a transcript of an OSS interview of a US Marine during WWII in the Pacific He witnessed a Japanese soldier battling a big blue demon It s an okay storyCold War Gothic by Weston Ochse4 stars FantasySet in 1969 San Francisco this one is about an undercover government bureau that specializes in occult creepies In this instance it s vampire geishas So that was funMaking Waves by Curtis C Chen5 stars FantasyA WWII story set aboard the submarine USS Bowfin This is a world where magic is an everyday thing as it begins with a spell to allow a specialist to teleport aboard I uite liked how Chen integrated magic into the world as well as how he makes you think this will involve Godzilla like kaiju but pivots instead view spoilerIt s actually Cthulhu esue Elder Gods hide spoiler


About the Author: Geoff Brown

Geoff Brown aka GN Braun is an Australian writer and twice Australian Shadows Award finalist editor raised in Melbourne’s gritty Western SuburbsHe is a trained nurse and holds a Cert IV in Professional Writing and Editing as well as a Dip Arts Professional Writing and EditingAt graduation Brown was awarded ‘Vocational Student of the Year’ and ‘2012 Student of the Year’ by his collegeHe