Archive for October, 2012

Book Review: Battle Royale

I thoroughly enjoyed Battle Royale. Initially, I found the writing style a little odd but once I got used to it, I found myself lost in a world similar to the Hunger Games. In a Asia that has cut itself off from the rest of the world, a class of fifteen year olds are abducted each year and forced to fight each other to the death on an island. Like the Hunger Games, only one can survive.

Shuya, the hero, is a sympathetic protagonist with a secret obsession for banned western music. Strong and athletic, he puts himself at risk to protect a girl who is wounded and joins up with a mysterious loner who seems to know an awful lot about the game…

I loved The Hunger Games and I think I am prepared to put Battle Royale right up there. It is a more visceral experience than The Hunger Games, describing how each one of the students meet their deaths, but in many ways just as satisfying when the hero outsmarts the Game creators.

Dead Tropics has reached No. 1 in Horror and Adventure!

Several free kindle websites picked up on the Dead Tropics free weekend offer. It rose up the Amazon sales ranks quickly, hitting number 1 position in Horror, Adventure and Free Fiction overall! Thanks to all who showed an interest.

Weekend Only: Dead Tropics is free!

My publisher, Permuted Press, is offering the Dead Tropics ebook free on Amazon this weekend. Nook users can send an email to contact@permutedpress.com to get their free copy.

“Dead Tropics is a 240 pages condensate of pure hell juice!” – Bricks of the Dead