Action, Action, and More Action

“DRAGON’S DEN” BOOK 3 of THE METAFRAME WAR by Graeme Rodaughan, 2018 The third book of the Metaframe War saga brings with it a cascade of high tech battle scenes, where we see armored cars fighting tanks, tanks fighting helicopter gunships, and enhanced supermen fighting vampires. Vampires? How’d they get in there? We begin with a flashback showing the origin of series villainess, Chloe Armitage. So far, she’s proved the most interesting character in the series. That often happens when writing about vampires. In the modern day, Chloe has set her sights on our hero Anton, hoping to use him to advance her cause. From the first chapter, we jump into and the action is virtually nonstop. “The

The Celebration of a Legend

“FRANKENSTEIN THE FIRST TWO HUNDRED YEARS” by Christopher Frayling At first, upon receiving this book as a Christmas gift from my good friend Brent Richardson, I thought this would be a pretty coffee table book, but without much depth. Oh, was I wrong. True, this is a lavishly illustrated book; in fact, the last half is all pictures and captions, showing the various adaptations and derivations of “Frankenstein”. I, who have spent a lifetime in the study of horror, still found quite a number of pictures I had not seen before. Much of the early part of the book goes into the origin of the novel. Naturally, I had read a great deal about the events of June 17th at Villa Diodati and its famous

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