A Delectable Duology. This was a much needed meat and potatoes fantasy.
We Really Are Phony. I feel for Holden Caulfield: smart enough to identify the problem, but not able to reconcile it within himself. My Rating:
An Infinite Amount to Think About. Not only is there a dynamite narrative, the themes and competing ideas could fill a lifetime of consideration.
Beautiful Writing, Tepid Story “We are talking now of summer evenings in Knoxville Tennessee in the time that I lived there so successfully disguised to
“It was funny, too,how lonesome a person could be in a crowded house.” Mick. Rating: It’s always the books about the human spirit that endure.
Electric Writing and Powerful Characters “There are people in the world for whom “coming along” is a perpetual process, people who are destined never to