He was from a generation for whom superstition and folklore were interwoven seamlessly into history.
As per usual, Kepnes pulls out all the stops with bottomless cliffhangers and narrative-shaking revelations.
Stuart Turton’s debut novel, The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is a book filled with surprises.
“Mom. I’m okay. Really,” I swung my backpack over my shoulder and closed the car door. The cold, morning mist clung to my pale skin. I could see my breath come out of my mouth. My mother’s face looked sad and tired through the car window. “Okay, honey. Remember, when you come home, I’m still … Continue reading Short Story: The Beginning of the End