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Book Review: Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

Book Review: Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

Nikki Sharp December 2, 2014 0

In Stephen King’s 1977 novel The Shining, Danny Torrance barely survives the insanity of his father and the ghosts who haunt him because of his rare gift. Years later, Danny, now going by Dan,

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Book Review: The Shining by Stephen King

Book Review: The Shining by Stephen King

Suzanne LaPierre September 13, 2014 0

It was one of those reading blocks that even an avid bookworm can fall into- nothing was absorbing my attention. I had my usual stacks of books waiting to be read, I would pick one

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Book Review: Night of the Living Dead (Comic Trade Paperback) by John Russo and Mike Wolfer

Book Review: Night of the Living Dead (Comic Trade Paperback) by John Russo and Mike Wolfer

Todd Holland April 5, 2014 0

Night of the Living Dead is a great classic movie that just about everyone has seen before. So how would it translate into a story, let alone a series of comics wrapped into a

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Book Review: The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter

Book Review: The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter

Olivia Grace Pearson March 12, 2014 0

People often associate fairy tales with magic and happily-ever-afters. In the Disney-sense, this may be the case. However, any reader of classic fairy tales will point out the dark nature of these stories and

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Book Review: Breed by Chase Novak

Book Review: Breed by Chase Novak

Amanda O'Hara January 9, 2014 0

Breed is a horror novel written by Chase Novak (the pseudonym of Scott Spencer). What first caught my attention regarding this book was the quote on the front cover by Stephen King, which reads:

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Book Review: The Circle by Bentley Little

Book Review: The Circle by Bentley Little

Todd Holland July 21, 2013 0

When I first saw The Circle by Bentley Little sitting on the shelf I was intrigued by the picture of a beetle with a diamond on its end. This book is more of a

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Book Review: The Complete History of Jack The Ripper by Phillip Sugden

Book Review: The Complete History of Jack The Ripper by Phillip Sugden

Brooke Dorn May 5, 2013 0

The Complete History of Jack the Ripper by Phillip Sugden presents you with the most complete set of information about Jack The Ripper that I have ever seen. The author has compiled police reports,

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Book Review: The Fluttering By David Whitehead

Book Review: The Fluttering By David Whitehead

Claire March 2, 2013 0

Eggerton is a run down, deprived town that could be anywhere in the UK. The canals are disused and filled with the obligatory shopping trolleys and pushchairs of a throw away, desperate society. The

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Book Review: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz

Book Review: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz

Brooke Dorn January 18, 2013 0

Scary Tales to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz is split up into several sections of short stories, but the theme throughout seems to be old folklore tales being retold. Several of the

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Book Review: The Dead-Tossed Waves by Carrie Ryan

Book Review: The Dead-Tossed Waves by Carrie Ryan

Brooke Dorn December 10, 2012 0

In a small city by the sea there is a young girl named Gabry that lives with her mother in a lighthouse. Their job is to keep the lighthouse running. Gabry feels content in

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