It is impossible to read this book and not be moved by the immeasurable heroism demonstrated by all those SEALs involved in Operation Redwing. Continue reading Lone Survivor: A Tableau of Heroism
What an utter disgrace! To cheapen Tolkien’s legacy, to taint the memory of his creations, and to beset the borders of Middle-earth with radical liberal agendas. This is not a melodramatic reaction to this travesty; this onslaught truly signals the end of literature, the death of the Humanities, and the decimation of Art. Continue reading The Woke Machine: Amazon’s Corruption of Middle-earth
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
Hopefully this book does not leave as indelible a mark on historical fiction and the world’s remembrance of the Holocaust as the tattoos Lale had to imprint on its victims in Auschwitz. Continue reading The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris: A Book Review
As a true piece of Gothic Literature, the story of The Phantom of the Opera uses dark elements of horror to explore the true nature of humanity.
Three main characters, all not what they seem to be. This story reevaluates what it is to be human and what are the true distortions of humanity. Continue reading True Deformity in The Phantom of the Opera