Posts Tagged ‘book review’

M. H. Boroson’s The Girl with Ghost Eyes: Book Review

Note: An advanced copy of this novel was provided by Edelweiss. The Girl with Ghost Eyes releases on November 3, 2015 Hating the main character or characters in a novel is perhaps the worst thing that can happen between a reade...


Stephen King’s The Talisman: Book Review

When I first started Stephen King’s/Peter Straub’s The Talisman, I thought I was being treated to a kid’s book. It certainly starts off like one, with 12-year old Jack Sawyer heading to a mysterious world in the hope of f...


Rachael Pollack’s The Child Eater: Book Review

(SPOILER WARNING: Because I like this book and you should read it; please note that there are minor spoilers after paragraph seven. Everything up until then is spoiler free, however.) Expectations are funny things, and I’m no...



Joe Hill’s Horns Review

Joe Hill’s second novel Horns is a lot like Slipknot’s latest album .5: The Gray Chapter. Both are hilariously dark—almost childishly, really—yet both are also a good deal of fun. Both also take their own brutality a bi...


Stephen King’s Revival: Book Review

I’ve always associated Stephen King with large plots, tons of characters, and a certain level of crazy that I just don’t get elsewhere. He is, after all, the man that gave us Pennywise the Clown, Jack Torrance, and Randall ...