Over at Fuldapocalypse, I review Mike Lunnon-Wood’s Dark Rose, a cheap thriller with a premise bizarre even by my standards.
Over at Fuldapocalypse, my newest review is Eric Harry’s Arc Light. It doesn’t always succeed, but I give it credit for trying to push the limits in ways that a lot of other technothrillers don’t.
My newest Fuldapocalypse review features a classic thriller author, Dale Brown. Enjoy.
It’s another bit of tank fiction I’ve blogged about before but am now proud to review ‘formally’ at Fuldapocalypse-the Duffer’s Drift for the 1980s edutainment piece The Defense of Hill 781. Enjoy.
Over at Fuldapocalypse, I have a new review of an early (2000) self-published WWIII book.
Tin Soldiers has been covered before here but I figured I’d give it a bigger, more detailed review at Fuldapocalypse. It’s a post-1991 technothriller that manages to work better than a lot of others.
So I have made my first serious essay on Fuldapocalypse, talking about how the WW3 and technothriller genres interwined, and taking a divergence to look at one of my other guilty pleasures-progressive rock, and how it’s oddly similar to technothrillers.