SNAFU: Survival of the Fittest

SNAFU Survival of the Fittest Survival horror says it all Straining to make that one clip of rounds last Making sure not to waste a single bullet Lost in the shadows low on ammo only edged weapons wounded fighting to survive th

  • Title: SNAFU: Survival of the Fittest
  • Author: Geoff Brown Amanda J. Spedding Jeremy Robinson Kane Gilmour S.D. Perry Tim Marquitz J.M. Martin Alan Baxter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Survival horror says it all.Straining to make that one clip of rounds last Making sure not to waste a single bullet.Lost in the shadows, low on ammo only edged weapons wounded, fighting to survive, the last remnants of the mission team trying to make sense of where they had gone wrong, and how to make it out alive with next to no resources.Survival horror, where every bSurvival horror says it all.Straining to make that one clip of rounds last Making sure not to waste a single bullet.Lost in the shadows, low on ammo only edged weapons wounded, fighting to survive, the last remnants of the mission team trying to make sense of where they had gone wrong, and how to make it out alive with next to no resources.Survival horror, where every bullet counts.TABLE OF CONTENTS Badlands S.D PerryOf Storms and Flame Tim Marquitz J M MartinIn Vaulted Halls Entombed Alan BaxterThey Own the Night B Michael RadburnFallen Lion Jack HansonSucker of Souls Kirsten CrossCold War Gothic II The Bohemian Grove Weston OchseAfter the Red Rain Fell Matt HiltonThe Slog Neal F LitherlandShow of Force Jeremy Robinson Kane Gilmour

    • ¶ SNAFU: Survival of the Fittest || ✓ PDF Read by ✓ Geoff Brown Amanda J. Spedding Jeremy Robinson Kane Gilmour S.D. Perry Tim Marquitz J.M. Martin Alan Baxter
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      Posted by:Geoff Brown Amanda J. Spedding Jeremy Robinson Kane Gilmour S.D. Perry Tim Marquitz J.M. Martin Alan Baxter
      Published :2018-07-10T18:40:09+00:00

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    1. Review copyIt all started in August of 2014 with the release of the first SNAFU: An Anthology of Military Horror. Since that time, this franchise has grown to become a bit of a phenomenon with more books on the way.In SNAFU: Survival of the Fittest the editors have collected ten wonderfully inventive short stories that run the gamut from straight military horror to tales with intelligent dinosaurs fighting side by side with humans."Badlands" by S. D. Perry who is an American novelist primarily w [...]

    2. Having read some fictional war novels and having watched an ass-load of war movies, there are certain things one comes to expect from this particular genre. These things include (but are not limited to):-Michael Bay-esque explosions-An over-use of “ooh rah”-Intricate hand signals and call signs-Testosterone. A lot of testosterone-Big-ass guns that can decimate bacteriaThese things grow tiresome after a while (except for the big-ass guns. No one tires of them), so it was quite the pleasant su [...]

    3. There's no other way to say this, but my second read of the SNAFU series as edited by Geoff Brown was very much a mixed bag. Thinking about my overall feelings, I kept coming back to the poem by Henry Longfellow, entitled When She Was Good:And when she was good, she was very, very good,But when she was bad she was horrid.The collection starts out very, very impressively. S. D. Perry's Badlands is a fantastic Vietnam set tale of a squad of soldiers coming up against a bizarre, but extremely deadl [...]

    4. I got an advance copy of this book via Facebook. This is the 3rd SNAFU collection I have read, this one again offers a variety of short stories and were all well written. The Chess Team adventure was my favourite story, having read all the books in the series. Alan Baxter's 'In Vaulted Halls Entombed' was good and I would read a follow up story, if one came out. Weston Ochse story I found interesting, despite not really being into witchcraft stories. I would like to find more Kirsten Cross books [...]

    5. Not rating, as I am the publisher.I do believe this is our best SNAFU yet, and the early reviews seem to bear this out.

    6. Continuing to make my way through the SNAFU brand of military scifi, I believe that this installment really packs a punch, not just for thrills but for originality and creativity. I'm not saying that the others aren't brilliant, but this one has several unique tales that stick to the palette. One of the most profound is "They Own the Night," a truly terrifying wartime yarn by B. Michael Radburn who stirs the imagination with creatures that almost puts zombies to shamed they hop! Jack Hanson's st [...]

    7. Wow! I was not a fan of military horror (hadn't read any before, to be honest) but this really blew my socks off! Each story was well rounded, complete, the characters were well developed and well written. Great plots and twists, cool monsters and settings, I would dearly have loved some of these stories to continue. Most anthologies I've read have one or two good stories and the rest is usually fodder to bulk out the book. Not so with this one, each story is capable of standing alone and stands [...]

    8. Glad I have kindle unlimited. Well, read and loved SNAFU volume 1. Volume 2, not so much. Volume 3, ugh, what a waste. I read tons of military horror, from New and unknown authors all the time here on . They are head and shoulders above this. Why publish a book of short stories with only 1 or 2 being worth the time to read?

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