POST CARDS FROM THE MUSE
By Nandy Ekle
“The most important things to remember about back story are that (a) everyone has a history and (b) most of it isn’t very interesting.” 301 more words
Lauren Beukes’s fourth novel, BROKEN MONSTERS, about a possessed serial killer with a penchant for human taxidermy and an unquenchable thirst for attention, seamlessly fuses the unbridled ingenuity of Stephen King with the master craftsmanship of Michael Connelly’s police procedurals. 1,512 more words
In Stephen King’s latest novel “Revival” we meet the narrator Jamie Morton telling the story from childhood to later on in life.
As a young boy he meets Charles Jacobs, the new minister in town and becomes instantly fascinated by this man and the rest of his family. 434 more words