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Book Review: Confessions

Confessions, by Kanae Minato, is a disturbing tale of blame and revenge.  Set in contemporary Japan, it introduces the reader to a group of young teenagers, their teachers and families, who are each struggling to deal with the impact on their lives of the death of a four year old girl. 312 more words

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Author Interview: Paula Rose author of "Revenge"

1.What does your writing process look like? Messy. I’m very visual so you’ll find pictures and piles of research around until a book is finished. 114 more words


Dolan, Harry. The Last Dead Girl.

NY: Putnam, 2014.

Dolan, who has written two first-rate murder mysteries featuring magazine editor David Loogan of Ann Arbor, has found a novel way to avoid (for now) simply turning out a third episode: He takes his protagonist back more than a decade, to 1998, when his name was still David Malone and he was living in Rome, New York. 288 more words

Character Study


You pushed me too much and

so I broke, but hear me when I shout:

‘I’ve been mended since last we spoke!’

you took my heart and snapped it in two and… 14 more words


I go to school
There you are
Laughing about what I am
Giving me scars

My heart is ripped open
My mind filled with thoughts of rage…
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Kundo: Age of the Rampant (2014) ☆☆☆(3/4) : A merry band of Korean thieves

 South Korean film “Kundo: Age of the Rampant” is a funny mix of period drama, action comedy, and Spaghetti western. Although it is frequently incoherent and feels dragged especially around its last chapter, there are many fun moments of humor and excitement, and it is supported well by a number of colorful and spirited performances which always bring the sense of fun to the screen. 1,037 more words