Saturday, December 22, 2012

DiaboliQ by Billie Sue Mosiman @BillieMosiman



150 pages of horror and terror from Bram Stoker Nominated Billie Sue Mosiman, author of more than 50 books.

Reviews from each story in DiaboliQ:
5 Stars- Lori Safranek-Foreboding and hopeful, Zom Alive 2110 captures the reader, drawing one deeper and deeper into the this alternative existence. Highly recommended for zombie fans and fans of the master storyteller, Billie Sue Mosiman.

5 Stars- Malina Roos-
Billie Sue Mosiman has created a bleak society bent on ridding North America of the poor, homeless, petty thieves and the like, a society allowed to decay into a dark void of humanity. Told in such a way, the depth of characters and the feel of love shines through on every page. Reminded me of Cormac McCarthy's The Road. Brilliant tale. This is a story that will leave you thinking long afterwards...

5 Stars-Natalie Guillaumier-owens-This delightful story details a journey into madness and chronicles the fate of a morbid relationship based on control, manipulation, lack of confidence, weakness...and pure evil. The character development here is outstanding, something I am growing to expect from this author.

3AM WITH THE JAGUAR- 5 Stars- Franklin E. Wales- Things always look different at 3AM. Sometimes that's when we find the real us. Written in classic Mosiman, strip an emotional nerve down to where you feel it, styling.

CYBERSHIP-5 Stars- Mallory Anne-Marie Haws-Taut, compact, to the point: a quick, short, compelling read which will linger in the reader's mind. Could it happen? DID it happen? Will it happen-and if so, what will be the consequences for society? "Cyberchip" looks at one person's sense of entitlement, and its consequences, but beyond the immediate, it holds real concerns for the future of our society-and of our humanity.              

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