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Tawni O'Dell's One Of Us: Shadows Of Home (Book Review)

Psychologist Danny Doyle returns home to his coal-mining roots in Pennsylvania to check on his ailing grandfather, and finds himself embroiled in a serial killer’s machinations to avenge old wrongs in Tawni O’Dell’s fifth novel,  385 more words


Winter's Bone (2010)

A powerfully driven drama about the steaming pace of gossip in a rural community, this on top of the strength of close and distant family connections makes for a really watchable, interesting and incredible film. 846 more words


Joe (David Gordon Green, 2013)

Before entering the cinema to watch Joe, those hired (or volunteering their free time) to write a review of the film will more likely than not already have an idea on how to start the piece – an easy way in if the film is indeed the success that the festival reports have promised. 1,033 more words


After a Summer of British Novels, a Cleansing of the Palate

In order to help get in the mood for a fall semester in London, I’ve been reading nothing but British novels this summer. So far I’ve covered… 941 more words

The Stakes Are High, the World is Bleak

I may be late to the party here, or maybe early, caught, as I am, between news of the movie and the publication of the book, which came out four years ago. 656 more words