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reviewed Ghellow Road. April 04, 2011
Ghellow Road
Ghellow Road is a moving narrative of one woman's brave confrontation with her past and the gnawing demons of crippling mental illness that plagued her mother and thus affected the whole of her adolescent …
reviewed Psycho. April 04, 2011
Psycho: A Novel
Still disturbing and spooky after all these years, Psycho is a horror novel unlike all the others, because the true horror does not stem from the typical gothic elements that are found in most books of …
Saintly Youth of Modern Times
Sainthood is a fascinating process, because every minute facet of the candidate's life is exposed, dissected, analyzed and scrutinized. Volumes of books can be written and hundreds of witnesses can be …
Flannery: A Life of Flannery O'Connor
Writers in general like to keep their lives private, or so I've been told, and when often asked about their personal lives, I've heard it said, You want to know me? Then know my books, and all your inquires …
reviewed Something Beautiful for God. February 28, 2011
Something Beautiful for God
If Malcom Muggeridge never wrote anything else in his life with the exception of Something Beautiful for God, his literary and journalistic reputation would have been assured. An eloquent yet succinct …
reviewed The Most Dangerous Game. February 02, 2011
The Most Dangerous Game
Winner of the 1924 O. Henry Memorial Prize for Best Short Story (the Pulitzer Prize for stories) The Most Dangerous Game, also known as "The Hounds of Zaroff," is quite a thrilling and twisting read, …
reviewed A Confederacy of Dunces. January 17, 2011
A Confederacy of Dunces
Set against the tumultuous backdrop of the 1960s, A Confederacy of Dunces is a book unlike any other that I have previously read. I have often heard it referred to as THAT book, a kind of complement coming …
reviewed The Graveyard Book. November 29, 2010
The Graveyard Book
Once again, with imaginative and narrative skill, Neil Gaiman has created a children's book unlike any other. At once gothic and phantasmagoric, it is still, at heart, a children's story with perhaps …
reviewed Wonderful, Wonderful Times. November 17, 2010
Wonderful, Wonderful Times
Published in 1980, Wonderful Wonderful Times is a novel whose title is a complete contradiction to anything of what the book is indicative of. Understood and accepted. For me, however, it was a confirming …
reviewed Carry On, Mr. Bowditch. November 17, 2010
Carry On, Mr. Bowditch
Winner of the 1956 Newbery Medal for Children's Literature, Jean Lee Latham's Carry On, Mr. Bowditch tells the fascinating story of Nathaniel Bowditch, the author of the all-around and famous reference …
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