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Friday Feels- July 26th, 2019

Friday Feels- July 26th, 2019

Happy Friday Worms! Today we’re talking about one of my favorite books. I read Perfume by Patrick Suskind earlier this year and it is easily in my top ten favorite books of all time. Reading it made me notice my olfactory senses a lot more. I never noticed how many smells I ignore on a daily basis until I read it. I bet it will be the same for you when you read it! Perfume is creepy and Suskind’s writing is beautiful. What more could you want in a book? Have...


John's Review : The Fearing by John F. D. Taff

John's Review : The Fearing by John F. D. Taff

 

The Horror event of 2019 officially kicked off in July, with the release of The Fearing Book One: Fire & Rain. John F.D. Taff has unleashed part one of an apocalyptic serial novel that will have readers enthralled until the final page.

 

With book one, Taff introduces us to a handful of well-written characters.  We witness the onset of the apocalypse through the eyes of a trio of teenagers, a group of elderly people on a bus to Phoenix, and a man named Adam who is somehow central to...


Friday Feels- July 19th, 2019

Friday Feels- July 19th, 2019

Happy Friday Worms! Let’s chat for a bit about Shirley Jackson. You might know her as “that lady that wrote that Netflix show I like.” But I know her as the author of The Lottery, a short story that made me scared of the small farming town I lived in growing up. She lived a just a short 48 years, but she wrote over 200 short stories, 6 novels and 2 memoirs (and I can’t even get the laundry put away). She wrote The Haunting of Hill House (yes, that Netflix...


Marcy's Review- The Rust Maidens by Gwendolyn Kiste

Marcy's Review- The Rust Maidens by Gwendolyn Kiste

"I'll race you to the sun."

 

Have you ever just identified with a book so deeply that you just can’t stop thinking about it day in and day out? Well, this is the case with The Rust Maidens.  Here I am seven months later and this book is still ripping my heart out.  

 

So you might be wondering "Marcy, how can you identify with a book that turns girls into broken glass and metal?" Of course, I myself am not turning into a Rust Maiden but the feel and atmosphere of this book have crept...


Keely's Review- Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias

Keely's Review- Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias

I’m going to be completely honest with you guys here, Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias has produced the most challenging review I have written to date. What I felt while reading this novel was so overwhelming at times, that I found myself completely forgetting that I was trying to write about a novel, a piece of fiction, instead of the world we currently live in. I kept getting lost in tangents of thought that stemmed from ideas in the book and snow-balled into much larger issues.

Now, don’t...