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My Take on Twilight

I meant to do this a while back, but every time I would get on here to say something, I’d say something else. After all, why wouldn’t I have a few comments on the biggest publishing phenomenon since Harry Potter? … Continue reading

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Atonement by Ian McEwan

In his popular blog, literary agent Nathan Bransford recently declared himself chairman of the “Can’t We Just Give Ian McEwan the Nobel Prize Already?” Committee. Well, Mr. Bransford, I would like to nominate myself for the position of Vice Chairman, … Continue reading

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I Am Legend

I’ll start this review by saying that Richard Matheson’s story providing the source material for this movie is the best piece of post-apocalyptic fiction I’ve read.  The perfect blend of psychological and physical horror, the book excites and pleases right to the surprise ending. … Continue reading

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Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill–A Review

I’m scared of electrolarynxes.  There, I said it.  Ever since I was a child, I found those little gizmos frightening, producing a mockery of speech in that alien, electronic voice.  Even today, working in a pharmacy where I see more … Continue reading

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Hannibal Rising by Thomas Harris–A Review

  I would like to spend a year with Thomas Harris. Maybe even two. I want to get up when he gets up, eat breakfast at the same table, go with him to shop for produce, and simply follow him … Continue reading

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