Browsing Archive: August, 2015

NEW REVIEW: J.R. Park - Terror Byte (2014)

Posted by Chris Hall on Thursday, August 20, 2015, In : New Review 
Holidays, work commitments, and frustrating computer problems have seriously impeded the output of DLS Reviews of late.  Nevertheless, we’ve come out the other side smiling with another damn fine read under the belt.

This time it’s in the form of Justin Park’s debut novel ‘Terror Byte’ (2014).  It’s a gritty, pulpy thriller with plenty of blood-encrusted cyber-dirt under its nails.

Like Shaun Hutson?  Like Guy N Smith?  Trust me - you’ll frigging love J.R. Park.



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NEW REVIEW: Duncan Ralston - 'Dead Men Walking' (2014) & 'How To Kill A Celebrity' (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, In : New Review 
Double-whammy Wednesday!!!  Well it is on DLS Reviews anyway.  Two new reviews have just been added to the site.  Both reviews of ebook novelettes by the incredibly talented Canadian author Duncan Ralston.  And both well worth the 99p / $0.99 that they’re currently priced as.

Click on the cover images below to be taken to their respective reviews...

      

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NEW REVIEW: Guy N Smith - Spawn Of The Slime Beast (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Tuesday, August 11, 2015, In : New Review 
So, back in March 2015 DLS Reviews was honoured to be given the opportunity to interview pulp horror veteran and absolute master of genre fiction - Guy N Smith (Click here to read the interview).  In the interview, Smith announced the planned publication of a sequel to his original classic pulp tale ‘The Slime Beast’ (1975).  And sure enough, in June 2015 ‘Spawn Of The Slime Beast’ (2015) was released.

And I’m pleased to say that it’s every bit as grim and gory and utterly over-the...
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NEW REVIEW: J.R. Park - Punch (2014)

Posted by Chris Hall on Saturday, August 8, 2015, In : New Review 
It’s no secret that here at DLS HQ there’s a particular love for good pulp horror novels.  Guy N Smith is the undisputed master of such tales.  Utterly uncompromising, and packed full of gratuitous violence, visceral gore, and bucket loads of bloodshed.

And to find a new author whose delivering all such outlandish treats - pulp horror exactly like those from the 70s and 80s – it’s enough to make you want to dust off your giant killer crab outfit and go out on a bloodthirsty rampage.

The...
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NEW REVIEW: Duncan P. Bradshaw - Class Three (2014)

Posted by Chris Hall on Wednesday, August 5, 2015, In : New Review 
Next up on DLS Reviews is an in-depth carving-up of Duncan P. Bradshaw’s debut novel - a comical zombie apocalypse story entitled ‘Class Three’ (2014).  To sum it up, here’s an excerpt from the review...

“If you enjoy a blood-drenched story involving a zombie apocalypse, with a thick wedge of comedy thrown into it, then this is one you’ll not want to miss.  Plenty of guts, a shed load of violence, and doused from head to toe in comedy.  Absolutely superb stuff.”



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