The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King

Here’s to the only book I read this September, because I’m not considering “The Grownup” by Gillian Flynn as a novel read this month. I’m already lagging way behind on my reading goal but it’s fine. I’ve come to realize that I seriously don’t have time to read anymore nowadays. It’s annoying when I choose…

The Fireman by Joe Hill

I just realized that it took me almost a month to finish this novel. I read the whole ASOIF series in a span of about 25 days, meaning about 5 days each for a 1000+ page novel. This novel is only 700+ pages long but I didn’t finish it soon enough. I can blame my…

Thinner by Stephen King

The premise really prompted me to read this novel. Aside from the fact that King wrote this, the premise really made me curious as to what the novel was all about. It was about a man who got cursed, and now he’s losing weight everyday, and he fears that it will come to a point…

Full Tilt by Neal Shusterman

What happens when you are suddenly pulled away from the real world, and plunged into a carnival where your soul can be claimed? Blake needs to decide between his own safety, or his brother’s. Every decision counts, as the carnival awaits for his defeat. Most YA horror are formulaic, and this novel proved no different….

The Vampire’s Assistant by Darren Shan

I didn’t know what to read next, even though Blood Song was already on my currently reading list, so I decided to rearrange a part of my bookshelf. I noticed book 3 lying around with a couple of other random books. I then had a slight feeling of wanting to continue on with the series….

14 by Peter Clines

This highly acclaimed horror novel was very underwhelming for me. It’s one of those novels with a perfect premise, but the plot was lacking. I don’t think it’s the author’s fault though, because with the idea in his mind, endless possibilities were on the line. I enjoyed the novel overall, but I’m not completely satisfied….

Revival by Stephen King

“People always want a reason for the bad things in life. Sometimes there ain’t one.” Almost everyone assured me that this is King’s scariest, darkest, and creepiest novel to date. I don’t completely disagree with the numerous acclaims, but I am considering this novel as heavily flawed. The plot was immersing, but only to a…

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith Book Review

“Without death,” he answered, “life is meaningless. It is a story that can never be told. A song that can never be sung. For how would one finish it?” Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is an impeccable example of how history can be made interesting with strategy. Even though I’m vastly interested in history, reading huge…

The Stand by Stephen King

  The place where you made your stand never mattered. Only that you were there…and still on your feet. So I finally finished this gigantic brick. This freakin’ gigantic heavy brick, and all I can say is, this is probably the best freakin’ brick ever made. With a heaping 1439 pages, this book managed to…