Billed as a mystery and a suspenseful thriller, Universal Harvester is instead about the intertwining lives of the people who are involved in the creation and discovery of altered VHS rental tapes.
This is not a collection for closure. There is no comfort here.
Few forms of writing are as variable in perceived quality as a poetry collection. What strikes one person as a profoundly striking sentiment will hit the next as a worn thin cliche. Sadly, for me, this collection is the later. Normally when reviewing a poetry collection, I would excerpt a few lines or a shorter … Continue reading Review: Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur
Retellings of Shakespeare plays are all the rage these days, so it's not surprising to see a fantasy author tackle the magic rich world of The Tempest. Carey's take widens the play from a tale of Prospero's grand revenge scheme into a story of two children growing up supported by each other while in the power … Continue reading Review: Miranda and Caliban by Jacqueline Carey
January was quite the tumultuous month! Despite having so many distractions (the start of the apocalypse for one), I managed to get more reading in than I ever thought I would.