A "Something Wicked This Way Comes" post reminded me how much I like "kids on bikes vs. supernatural evil" books. I've read "It", of course, "Summer of Night", "Boy's Life", "Shadowshow" by Brad Strickland, and Thomas Tessier's "Phantom". I'm also familiar with (but haven't read) Brain Keene's "Ghoul". Anyone know of any more I can add to this list?
#it #summerofnight #strangerthings
971 pages. It is an almost bail. While intriguing for a bit less than a half, I soon found myself flipping through pages without much interest. I might have had huge expectations for the book. I wanted horrors and this... was just misterious. Good writing but somewhat dissappointing plot.
#StephenKing #King #it #horror
Need a strong drink after powering through the remainder of the book this afternoon. I can only see Plath obsessives reading this - it‘s very long, detailed and some very academic sections of poetry crit.
I get to the last 2 weeks of her life every time and want to shout stop! People help her. I hope every time the ending is different 🥲
The book doesn‘t reveal any massive new insights, but there are some details for us obsessives. 👇🏻
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