Whether you agree or disagree with Owens’s beliefs, this book is a worthwhile, mentally-stimulating read that you should consider picking up sometime. Continue reading Blackout, by Candace Owens: A Book Review
Mexican Gothic is an echt gothic horror novel, a refreshing literary inclusion amidst the descent of ersatz contemporary novels—mere mirages promising a worthy tale only to fall short in content.
*This post contains spoilers* Continue reading Mexican Gothic: A Modern Gothic Tale
When the young and impressionable protagonist—who is newly wed to Maxim de Winter—steps into her new home, Manderley, she immediately feels the haunting presence. Slowly, as this comes to overwhelm her and she struggles against the past, she wonders if it is her or Rebecca who floats through the halls of Manderley in a spectral form… Continue reading Captured Memory in Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier
“Nel was the first person who had been real to her, whose name she knew” (Morrison 119-120) Continue reading Sula (1973) by Toni Morrison: What is in a name?
A talented writer, a mystery enthusiast, and “The Queen of Crime” Continue reading The Genius of Agatha Christie