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Posts published by “B.K. Bass”

B.K. is a full-time author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror inspired by the pulp fiction magazines of the early 20th century. He is a student of history with a lifetime of experience in a variety of industries. He also served in the U.S. Army.

‘The Kill Chain’ Is a Relentless Page-Turning Thriller (Review)

It has been ages since I’ve read an entire novel as fast as this one.  I am a product of the “in-between” generation.  I grew up before the internet, but I was still young enough to get sucked in by all the wonders of 21st century technology.  As a result, I also now have a…

‘Hooligans of Kandahar’ Shows the True Faces of War – Now a Featured Post

*Note: As of August 2018, the author has inked a book deal with Kyanite Publishing LLC, which is comprised of the same managing partners as Peak Story Reviews. ‘The Hooligans of Kandahar’ is the war story that needs to be told, but which the U.S. government doesn’t want you to see.  This is a true…

‘Fortuitous Awakening’ Bends the Rules and Sets Up an Epic Series.

In Fortuitous Awakening, book one of The Passage to Ascension Series, Heather Noëlle tells the tale of an ordinary young woman named Sam in the small town of Havenbrook.  A new neighbor moving in next door seems to be the limit of unwanted excitement in her life.  This changes when a rash of vandalism sweeps…

‘Goblin Scout’ is a Fresh Take on Many Fantasy Tropes (Review)

In Goblin Scout, M.E. Hearrold II tells a character-driven tale of comedic fantasy misadventures.  This book is dialogue-centric, and the interactions between the many colorful personalities are the key feature of the story. Goblin Scout is a charming tale of a group of goblins thrust into the role of unlikely heroes on a quest to…