Tag Archives: book review

March 10

Nothing’s Scarier than Real Life: Meg’s Favorite Murder Books

By: Meg Humphrey I spent my college years behinds stacks and stacks of books about sociology, criminology, and justice. After I graduated, the habit of reading about crime stuck with me except this time I was able to choose what I was reading. There’s an endless amount of options out there – from pulpy retellings […]

September 09

A Fresh View of Rotting Corpses

A Fresh View of Rotting Corpses: Not Your Average Zombie Stories  By: Meg Humphrey Breathers by S.G. Browne In his debut book, Browne’s Zombie Romantic Comedy (Zom-Rom-Com) hits all the right spots. Zombies aren’t a mass infection taking over the world, they are a random accident – sometimes when someone dies they become a zombie. […]

December 04

Review of Ultimate Encounter

Review of Ultimate Encounter By: Virginia Eader THE ULTIMATE ENCOUNTER – The True Story of a UFO Kidnapping by Bill Barry Last summer my partner and I loaded up the car and headed east to Bridger, Montana for our annual trip to visit his mom and stepdad. It’s always such a relief to be in […]

November 26

Review of Room: A Novel

Review of Room: A Novel By: Jex Ballard Room: A Novel by Emma Donoghue Summary: To five-year-old Jack, Room is the entire world. It is where he was born and grew up; it’s where he lives with his Ma as they learn and read and eat and sleep and play. At night, his Ma shuts […]