The Cycle of the Werewolf is a delightful illustrated short story by the master of horror himself, Stephen King. And by delightful, I don't mean happy. I mean that delicious kind of creepy that is just so thrilling. The illustrations are fantastic! The story was intriguing and easy to follow. The characters were interesting enough… Continue reading The Cycle of the Werewolf by Stephen King. Illustrated by Bernie Wrightson.
It took me a bit to get into The Institute but once I did, I found it to be a hard book to put down. I know 2020 has just started, but as it stands, this is the best book that I've read all year. I don't want to talk a lot about the plot… Continue reading The Institute by Stephen King
The Fireman is the first novel that I have ever read by Joe Hill, and I just could not get enough of it. I had been reading his dad's (Stephen King) writing since 2006, when my highschool best friend randomly lent me Wizard & Glass. I don't remember how I got onto Joe Hill being… Continue reading The Fireman by Joe Hill
One of my most favourite stories by the King of Writing himself, 11/22/63 is a thrilling read. King takes his Constant Readers through an interesting and thought provoking tale of time travel and what ifs in this story. Basically a teacher from our "now" finds a way back to the time of 1963, and is… Continue reading 11/22/63 by Stephen King
Stephen King is one of my all time favourite authors, and Rose Madder is one of my most favourite books written by him. The story follows a young woman, held captive by her husband, and follows her escape and the life she builds after. Nothing like an empowered woman getting her revenge. Highly recommend.