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SNAFU-Wolves At The Door Anthology, edited by Geoff Brown and Amanda J. Spedding is a straightforward, pure-A example of the ‘military horror’ genre, focuisng on the shapeshifting humanoids we have come to know and love.

If SNAFU-Heroes was a great introduction into the ‘military horror’ genre, then SNAFU-Wolves at the Door is the series’ poster-child. Keeping up with the overarching theme of monster-specific anthologies, Wolves At The Door deals with the werewolf and all its permutations, infesting all manner of battlefields across history. From Olmec were-jaguars to Middle-Eastern jackal men to shapeshifters fighting on either side of the Second World War, this anthology speaks to the Hammer Horror enthusiast in every prospective reader.

While I did not enjoy Wolves At The Door as much as I did Heroes, I can’t help but see the appeal that this anthology has to the seasoned veteran of the ‘miliraty horror’ genre. Each story is brimming with action and makes some very clever references to classic action movies (Steve Coate’s intro to Semper Gumby brings Schwartzenegger’s Predator to mind), while the fight scenes alternate between testosterone-brimming affairs to Frank-Milleresque stop motion sequences of brutality. Dean Samed once again does the cover work for this anthology. While I do not consider it as one of the best examples of his work, it fits the theme perfectly.

If you are on the lookout for ‘military horror’ inspired action, then SNAFU-Wolves At The Door is probably just what the muscle-bound, M16-wielding doctor ordered.

SNAFU-Wolves At The Door
is published by Cohesion Press

SNAFU-Wolves At The Door Anthology, edited by Geoff Brown and Amanda J. Spedding
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Konstantine is a writer by choice. His short stories have been published in Haikaosru's Battle Royale-Slam Book, the AE Canadian SF Review and the Savage Beasts anthology by Grey Matter Press. People tell him he's got a writing problem, but he's recently managed to have one of his stories published in Japanese so he guesses he's still got it under control. He's got a Patreon Account, where he writes SF flash fiction and dreams to one day isolating himself in a little house in the mountains, where he will live off the land and order groceries from Amazon, like his glorious ancestors.

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