Red Dead Ten

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A collection of 10 dark military SF&F stories about Soviet futures and pasts, including: inquiries in strange occurrences in a future, global USSR; first contact stories about new planets with hostile secrets; WW2 tales where real war slips into bizarre battles; time-travelling commandoes with unexpected results; future war-robots stumbling over some well-known arch-enemies; and more! More
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About Mil Brač

Mil Brač is a Romanian writer (born in 1979) and a professional Army officer in real life, with a huge passion for both scifi and history. Also for everything military (hence his day job) – and that shows in his stories and novels, almost always having two things in common: the military tag and... Russians.
He was first published in 2015 with a short fantasy story and, since then, with 3 books (a collection of multigenre dark SFFH short-stories, ”Hoțul de Moarte/The Death Thief”, a steampunk novella, ”Luizienii/The Louisians”, a dark fantasy novel "Flamura Neagră/Black Flag"), in 4 anthologies (2 scifi and a fantasy one, including the Romanian ”Best SF&F of 2017”) and with 25 stories (mostly scifi, but also horror and fantasy) in all the Romanian magazines and e-zines that publish SFFH (”GazetaSF”, ”Fantastica”, ”Nautilus”, ”Helion”, ”Știință și Tehnică”, “Revista de Suspans”, “Argos”). So far, in English he was published in March 2018 by the American webzine „Aphelion” (Long Fiction) with a scifi story.

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Reviews of Red Dead Ten by Mil Brač

GoatLockerOccupant reviewed on Sep. 4, 2018

Good bit of military sci-fi with horror and cyber-punk here. The scenes and characters where all presented very well, and I could easily see myself in each scene, seemed very real. This is due to the author's credibility. It's obvious that this writer has first hand experience and takes the time to do the research.
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Malcolm Torres reviewed on Aug. 13, 2018

I love military SciFi especially with horror. The Eastern European and Russian settings and characters lend these tales an extra special quality of mystery and weirdness, because I live in Oregon, US, which seems to be on another planet compared to these tales. The authors deep knowledge of history and military affairs gives these stories extra credibility for certain.
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