Category: Mini-reviews

Spooky Reviews: Doctor Sleep, Hill House, and Macbeth

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King Final Verdict: 3.75/4.0 YTD: 58 Doctor Sleep is the long-awaited sequel to one of Stephen King’s most popular novels, The Shining.  In it, readers are given the opportunity to witness Danny Torrance as a seriously screwed up but equally… Continue Reading “Spooky Reviews: Doctor Sleep, Hill House, and Macbeth”

Mini-Reviews: Salinger, Forster, and Eagleton

Hi, folks!  I have been pressed for time, lately (lately? Please. This is nothing new, and we all know it) and I am way behind on reviews.  I “definitely” have four book reviews outstanding and “technically” have another three as well (texts I assigned… Continue Reading “Mini-Reviews: Salinger, Forster, and Eagleton”

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