Okay look Stephen King: You just fucking stop it. Why do I fucking read these books? Why do I seek out this terror? This book was so fucking stressful. And I’m going to spoil things, so you are warned. I have to spoil things because I need to channel this energy of rage this bookContinue reading “Cujo–Stephen King”
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The Walking Dead Comp. 2–Robert Kirkman and co.
I’m a huge Walking Dead fan. I really love the show, so finally reading the comics was something I had been looking forward to for a long time. And I’m really glad that my sister decided to buy the compendiums/ask for them for Christmas so that I could save my own money and siphon offContinue reading “The Walking Dead Comp. 2–Robert Kirkman and co.”
The Short Stack.
Good morning everyone! I’m clearing house of the tiny reviews. So here’s four to take a gander at. Summer of My Amazing Luck—Miriam Toews Literally only picked this up because I knew it was set in the summer. (Book challenge #14-A Book Set in the Summer [26BooksWithBringingUpBurns 2015.]) What a treat it was though! IContinue reading “The Short Stack.”
Carolina Isle–Jude Deveraux
After some in depth reading of a YA series, I need some serious adult time. I was a moron to pick this book of all the Jude Deverauxs on my shelf. The book itself sounds like it’s going to be fun, two cousins meet, they realize they look practically identical and decide to switch placesContinue reading “Carolina Isle–Jude Deveraux”
Lord of Misrule: An Autobiography–Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee is the biggest badass on the block. This guy has met so many awesome people while also being the ultimate of awesome people. He’s played everyone from Dracula to Sherlock Holmes to Saruman to Count Dooku. He does voice work; makes metal rock albums, golf’s like nobodies business, and used to do hisContinue reading “Lord of Misrule: An Autobiography–Christopher Lee”
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde–R.L. Stevenson
I’m going to start off by saying that I really did like this book. I’m a fan of Robert Louis Stevenson and really enjoy his writing style. However, this was definitely not my favourite of his. I enjoyed reading the story about how this book came to be far more than the actual story. (HeContinue reading “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde–R.L. Stevenson”