Author: Matt Mitrovich

Book Review: The Book of Esther by Emily Barton

Book Review: The Book of Esther by Emily Barton

Golems, Kabbalists and NAZI Germany collide in The Book of Esther Read More »

Book Review: The Big Lie by Julie Mayhew

Book Review: The Big Lie by Julie Mayhew

Napoleon Bonaparte once famously said "history is a set of lies agreed upon;" Read More »

Book Review: Fallout by Harry Turtledove

Book Review: Fallout by Harry Turtledove

Bombs Away by Harry Turtledove was a good, if flawed, book. That being said, how does its sequel, Fallout, hold up to the original? Our story continues (and maybe skip the next two paragraphs if you haven’t read Bombs Away) immediately after th... Read More »

Book Review: Bombs Away by Harry Turtledove

Book Review: Bombs Away by Harry Turtledove

Most nuclear war stories usually involve a quick and devastating war where we then follow civilians trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. In Bombs Away, however.... Read More »

Book Review: Showdown City by Todd Berger

Book Review: Showdown City by Todd Berger

...our characters find alcoholic children, rampant inflation, polygamy, universal gun ownership and a bandit who steals everyone's fine linens. Read More »

Anthology Review: Thirty Days Later edited by AJ Sikes, BJ Sikes & Dover Whitecliff

Anthology Review: Thirty Days Later edited by AJ Sikes, BJ Sikes & Dover Whitecliff

A time-shifting steampunk anthology Read More »

Short Story Review: A Dead Djinn in Cairo by P. Djeli Clark

Short Story Review: A Dead Djinn in Cairo by P. Djeli Clark

Steampunk, off the beaten path. Read More »

Book Review: The House of Daniel by Harry Turtledove

Book Review: The House of Daniel by Harry Turtledove

I was happy to get a chance to read The House of Daniel, a fantasy story about baseball set during the Great Depression. Read More »

Book Review: The Last Pilot by Benjamin Johncock

Book Review: The Last Pilot by Benjamin Johncock

Some might argue I am spoiling The Last Pilot, but it is important to talk about this because Johncock's description of what parents go through when they lose a child is very realistic. Read More »

George R.R. Martin’s Doorways: The TV Show That Never Was

George R.R. Martin’s Doorways: The TV Show That Never Was

If Doorways had been picked up and was even successful, Martin may never have written the first book in A Song of Ice and Fire Read More »

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