Gaston Leroux Wrote The Phantom of The Opera a hundred years ago. It is a gothic novel placed under fiction. However some facts of the legend are laced with truth.
My collection of short stories is due out in early October of 2017. Below are the titles and excerpts from those stories.
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon is a refreshing Stephen King novel due to its realistic "lost in the woods" plot, but the ending falls flat after the heroine's epic journey throughout the book.
'Spies' by Michael Frayn, is a 'coming of age' novel about two young boys, their families and their neighbours, during World War Two. Set in a London suburb, it is mostly written in flashback, as the narrator ~ an...
If you like the True Blood series, here are 5 paranormal book series that are worth reading.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is an American classic. It is a masterful social commentary about a boy and his adventures along the Mississippi River in the early nineteenth century.
A look at the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. This essay thoroughly examines the couples present in the novel, their gender roles, and their roles in the American Dream present of the Jazz Age.
If you’re a fan of the show and can’t wait to find out what happens in Season 4 but don’t have time to read the monstrous books, check out this summary…
The Handmaid’s Tale, written by Margaret Atwood, is a thought provoking book with great philosophical importance. What is meant by this is that the novel can easily be associated with philosophy. To understand the...
An examination of how references to Greek mythology are used in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series: specifically in Pyramids, Small Gods, The Last Hero and Wintersmith.