NEWS & EVENTS
June 6, 2017
M. M. Dos Santos
I put this on my To Read list years ago when I started writing my book – It's a first-person POV with lots of death and murder so of course sounded perfect for all the right and morbid reasons.
I never picked it up, though – I felt li...
May 26, 2017
How could anyone hate this book? It’s classic, it's endearing, it’s 100% lovable!
Amityville Horror has all the classic horror elements;
An Italian Catholic priest, haunted house,
demons and ghosts,
scary little girls –
It even has a red room...
May 25, 2017
King Rat is a good book.
A fucking fantastic beginning for China.
He's an intelligent writer, who calls for an intelligent reader, his prose are rich, and this was only his first book.
The truth of it though, is that his story...
January 4, 2017
This review is hard to write. I’m used to loving all things Barker, but Mister B. Gone was a hard one - a really hard one - to love
October 3, 2016
Anticipation almost always makes everything suck.
It’s my own fault, I put this high expectation on this book to be a serious read, something to be remembered. I wanted to like this book more than I actually did though.
This book was Hank Moody’s game changer, put him...
August 12, 2016
Another book by Barker that made it onto my short list. The Thief of Always quickly turned into a childhood fantasy I never knew I had.
The story is clear n simple.
A could-be child’s read....
June 23, 2016
The Dirty South?
Civil War times?...
May 27, 2016
Invisible Monsters was recommended by one of my readers. @kjayteaa...
May 9, 2016
Not a book that I would pick up on my own volition, it was recommended to me. I started reading The Bell Jar with the expectation that (based on the recommendation) it was “really fucked up.”
So of course I w...
January 25, 2016
“Day in, day out. Used to try and dream the agonies away. But you can’t. Take it from me. You can’t. They have to be endured.”
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