Literature

  • Lovecraft

    H.P. Lovecraft and the Power of the Unkown

    Horror comes in many names, but few have ever had such an impact on the genre as a whole than H.P. Lovecraft. His tales contain horror in its most undiluted form, sharing with us the indescribable and unknowable to create something unspeakably chilling. Insanity, the enormity of space, and...
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    Review – Joe Hill’s ‘NOS4A2’

    After having only read two books by Joe Hill, I’m ready to call him one of my favorite modern authors. As stated in my review of his most recent book, The Fireman, his books are simply too compelling to put down. And though I still back my statement of him...
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    Review – Ernest Clines’ READY PLAYER ONE

    Review – Ernest Clines’ READY PLAYER ONE Nerds of the world, take heed: you need to read Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One. If you want to skip the rest of this review, fine. At least you’ve got my message. Ready Player One focuses on a dystopian future in which...
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    How Charles Dickens helped Shape the Marvel Universe

    How Charles Dickens helped Shaped The Marvel Universe We have Charles Dickens to thank for a lot of things in literary fiction but did you know he left his mark on the Marvel universe as well? I don’t mean he wrote a comic, although some of his books did...