Richard Mayhew is just a normal guy with a normal job and a normal girlfriend, until one evening he trips over a young woman on the sidewalk.
Apt Pupil is haunting because we know, deep down inside, that we all have the capacity to hurt—and to enjoy it.
Silver Sparrow isn’t quite what I expected, but I really liked it.
…and whatever walked there, walked alone.
The Liar’s Chair is a haunting psychological thriller that worms its way into your brain, takes hold, and won’t let go.
In a suburb of Detroit, the five eccentric Lisbon sisters—13-year-old Cecilia, 14-year-old Lux, 15-year-old Bonnie, 16-year-old Mary, and 17-year-old Therese—are the subjects of the neighborhood boys’ fascination.
Ah, what a refreshing change. I’d been missing science fiction, and Ready Player One was just what I needed to jump back into one of my favorite genres.
The Impossible Knife of Memory reflects on how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder impacts an entire home.
Rose Daniels is a battered woman. Married to her husband, Norman, for fourteen years—since she was eighteen—she has spent almost half of her life justifying her husband’s horrid actions to herself. Until today.
This is a tough review to write because it’s hard to put how I felt about The Glittering World into words.
The Maze Runner is the latest YA dystopian novel to hit the big screen. I had heard mostly good things about it before I saw the movie advertisements, but it was never on the top of my list.
What would you do if you found out that your spouse of several decades—someone you met in relative youth and grew old, or at least middle-aged, with—had been hiding a secret that whole time?
A gorgeous, intricate, surreal story about the powers of friendship and love, and how they can combat even the darkest evil.
Four days ago, a woman’s body was found in the woods. A large, distinctive scar that covers half of her face all the way down to her shoulder should have made her easy to identify, but no one has reported her missing.
It’s strange how popularity has a hold on many of us, even removed from the Regina Georges and Plastics of high school past.