The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. Hear me howl!

Nah, that was kind of nothing. At least not for me. As you know, I like it dark and bloody and you can take that for granted in Nightmare of the Wolf, but still … immersion failed for some reason. This is about Vesemir, the teacher and mentor of our favorite mutant Geralt. The story...

Billy Summers → A professional wants out … and then things happen! A Thriller by Stephen King

(Unpaid advertising) Billy Summers -> A professional wants out! Genre: Thriller Author: Steven King What’s going on here? What’s it all about? “Billy Summers” by Steven King – here the master does not resort to monsters or other supernatural entities, but delivers a damn straight thriller. The main character Billy Summer goes through several transformations...

New Release: N’amercaá – Isii’s Song!

… tales from the city that never does forgive. My humble prostration before the low-fantasy gods of my youth – Robert E. Howard and Karl Edward Wagner. Back in the day (sigh …) when I still had time to indulge in pen&paper roleplaying and sometimes larping – even then I liked it hard and gritty....

FREE for Kindle until 06/19/19: “The Gospel of Madness – The Rats of Frankfurt” (free ebook / ebook giveaway)

Promotion: FREE for kindle until 06/19/19: “The Gospel of Madness – The Rats of Frankfurt” – Go get the ebook for free! 🙂 US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07T34SK69 UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07T34SK69 AU: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07T34SK69 CA: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07T34SK69 – WELCOME TO THE END OF CIVILIZATION! – ” … deep, frightening and full of suspense …” **** World War III turned the world...

The Monster Man of Horror House by Danny King

 (Unpaid advertisement /review) I hadn’t heard of the author yet. Good thing that’s changed. The House of Monsters is roughly divided into four sections and contains – that being said in advance – not only hard horror or suspense but also a lot of dry humor. The old eccentric John is avoided by his fellow...

The Monstrumologist (Series by Rick Yancey)

(Unpaid advertising/review)   First of all, I’d like to say that this four-part series of books might look like a darker version of Harry Potter at first glance. But let me state: especially the transformation that the main character, the boy Will Henry, undergoes in the course of the series is so gloomy that Potter...