Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil brings the reader into the action, the drama, the allure of a society that’s existed long before the book started, and will go on long after the book is over.
Thirty is just another number.
Los Angeles has a subway? Yes, yes it does.
Terry Pratchett’s Idea of Hell is Scarier Than Yours
Ursula K. Le Guin’s moving exploration of pacifism and civil disobedience.
James Bond novels are all about pacing, and this book doesn’t quite have it.
The red scare meets the red planet in Bradbury’s classic novel.
For Halloween, I decided to read the book Pet Sematary by Stephen King. This isn’t a review of that book (you can read that here), but rather a commentary on why I enjoy reading many of his books. It’s the way he builds suspense. Stephen King’s endings aren’t usually a twist ending, nor are they a…