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The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath, by Howard Philips Lovecraft

The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath, by Howard Philips Lovecraft

Dream Quest was Lovecraft’s longest story, and the closest he came to producing a full-length novel. A prolific writer of popular horror short stories which inspired a number of movies for which he rarely got credit, like Ghostbusters and the more re... Read On

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The Anubis Gates, by Tim Powers, reviewed by C.J. Burch

The Anubis Gates, by Tim Powers, reviewed by C.J. Burch

I have to be honest. I approach this “book reviewing” thing with a preconceived bias. You see, the countless hours, my family would call them idle hours, I have spent reading fantasy and science fiction have moved me to develop a theorem which I beli... Read On

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Grendel, by John Gardner, reviewed by C.J. Burch

Grendel, by John Gardner, reviewed by C.J. Burch

Ookay, just for all of you who are so far removed from College English Lit Class that you can’t remember what the hell it was you were supposed to have learned, much less the important stuff like the cleavage on the babe three rows over who wore thos... Read On

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SHE, by H. Rider Haggard 1889

SHE, by H. Rider Haggard 1889

While SHE may not be the worst book ever written, it is certainly in the running for that honor, and it is a mystery to this reviewer as to why it should have attained any measure of popularity when it was first published in 1887, much less why it sh... Read On

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Maalstrom, by Glenn Lazar Roberts, reviewed by J Picha

Maalstrom, by Glenn Lazar Roberts, reviewed by J Picha

Noblemen with not so noble intentions… Maalstrom is set in an exotic alien locale, in a world of oil lamps and evil viziers, transmutation, Mughal architecture, and Marrakech-like marketplaces, sword fights and strange steeds. It’s a real... Read On

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The Associate

The Associate

To say I am a John Grisham fan is an understatement – a radical one. I gobble up Grisham novels like Grisham criminals gobble up their innocent victims. Never mind the inevitable nightmares they prompt, or the daytime ensuing personal paranoia ... Read On

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The Evil In The White City

The Evil In The White City

What do a serial killer and the creation of the World’s Fair in early Chicago have to do with each other? Well, as the architect was planning to impress the country with the World’s Fair project, another man, one masquerading as a doctor,... Read On

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The Other Boleyn Girl (the book)

The Other Boleyn Girl (the book)

Unlike the major motion picture of the same name, Philippa Gregory’s novel “The Other Boleyn Girl” is a solid home run hit. Coming in at a whopping 672 pages of text, not one page is wasted, and the reader is caught in the tractor b... Read On

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The Litigators

The Litigators

“The Litigators” is one of John Grisham’s newest releases. I enjoyed this book so much I went out and bought it for my dad, who disappeared into its pages and didn’t emerge for several days. Furthermore, with over 400 four and... Read On

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The Help (the book)

The Help (the book)

I read “The Help” in book form before I saw the movie by the same name. I do not often make the time to read “popular literature”, but my mother so urged me to read this book, and then my best friend urged me, and on and on an... Read On

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