Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell

Interconnected Tales, Interconnected Lives: A Literary Orchestra of Eternal Recurrence ( A Book Review of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas ) Transcending genre, narrators, setting, language, and time, Cloud Atlas is David Mitchell’s symphony of storytelling dynamism seamlessly interlaced in an … Continue reading

Tales of H. P. Lovecraft Selected and Edited by Joyce Carol Oates

Weirder Than You Think (A Book Review of Tales of H. P. Lovecraft edited by Joyce Carol Oates) Without a doubt Howard Philips Lovecraft, or more commonly known as H. P. Lovecraft, is one of the greatest writers the turbulent … Continue reading

The Pearl by John Steinbeck

Of Hope and Disillusionment (A Book Review of John Steinbeck’s The Pearl) Although February is a few days over, I’m still on the last stretch of reading John Steinbeck’s works, the previous month’s featured Author of the Month. As a … Continue reading

Carrie by Stephen King

Not Your Ordinary Cinderella Story (A Book Review of Stephen King’s Carrie) I know it’s a bummer, but let’s face it, I bet any of you who has gone through this rite of passage called “high school” might’ve had felt … Continue reading