A horror novel should hold my attention sooner than eighty percent of the way through the book.
Mona Awad’s newest horror release, All’s Well, is a masterpiece of Shakespearean hyperbolic metaphor.
As I kept reading, and my patience grew thin, all signs began to point towards what I had predicted.
One Last Stop is a heartwarming story of found-family chock full of eccentric, colorful characters that jump off the page.
Growing up as a disabled child, I learned to live in a world that was my own.