The Boy (2016) | Movie Review

Spoilersss Greta goes to the UK to escape her abusive boyfriend and get her life straight. She takes a job as a nanny for an old couple, and the son (Brahms) she has to look after turns out to be a doll. Despite the weirdness of this, she still takes the job due to her... Continue Reading →

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Possession by A.S Byatt | Book Review

Possession follows a group of literary scholars as they try to unravel the mystery of a relationship between two deceased poets (Randolph Henry Ash and Christabel LaMotte). The mystery is slowly revealed through a series of letters, journal entries and hints found within their poetry that the main characters have to find/figure out. Possession is... Continue Reading →

My Favorite Dean Koontz Books

Dean Koontz has always gotten a significant amount of hate. I never really understood why. I first read some of his books when I was younger and I loved them. I still do. Koontz has come to my mind recently because I was talking to a friend who hates Koontz. He didn’t really give a... Continue Reading →

April 2016 Reading Wrap Up

  April was a good reading month, I managed to read some really good books despite being super busy. I might have even found some new favorites! The Curse of the Wendigo by Rick Yancey The second book in the Monstrumologist series. This wasn't anywhere near as good as the first book. In fact, I... Continue Reading →

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