Evan finishes a long, sad journey for the second time.
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Getting deep with my man Murphy.
The third book in Lev Grossman's trilogy solves that pesky unsympathetic protagonist problem - and wouldn't you know it, but that was the plan all along.
"Bear, rip my head off" / "Fill all my holes"
Brian read a book. Did he like it? Did it like him? Are they going to have babies? Read on!
The latest novel by Rowling writing as Robert Galbraith calls back to the days of Chandler, Doyle and Christie - with a modern publishing angle.
And he doesn't even remember writing the damn thing.
Britt's Stephen King journey takes another disappointing turn.
Repetition is hell, man.
Stephen King's novel is pretty much a dissertation on female agency.
King's novel is a horrific love letter to writing and the necessity of enduring pain.
King ditches the prose in his occasionally resonant sequel to THE SHINING.
But its worth beyond that is quite limited.
The author's most personal work is his most poetic and heartbreaking.