Celebrating Art – a review of Neil Gaiman’s “The View from the Cheap Seats”

The View from the Cheap Seats: Selected Nonfiction by Neil Gaiman My rating: 5 of 5 stars The fact that I enjoyed reading another Neil Gaiman book is honestly not a surprise. He won me over to his writing some time ago. What did surprise me is the fact that a collection of speeches and … Continue reading Celebrating Art – a review of Neil Gaiman’s “The View from the Cheap Seats”

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Review: Essex County

Essex County by Jeff Lemire My rating: 5 of 5 stars Oh my. For reasons undefined, Essex County is one of the last titles on my Lemire read-through, despite the fact that it is one of his most famous. Now, having finished it, I can see why it is one of his top credits, even … Continue reading Review: Essex County

A Multitude of Voices: Paul Tremblay’s “A Head Full of Ghosts”

"You have to remember all my stories because there are--there are all these ghosts filling my head and I'm just trying to get them out." Paul Tremblay's "A Head Full of Ghosts" is a novel formed from the meeting of supernatural horror and family drama. Blending past and present, memory and truth, the story finds … Continue reading A Multitude of Voices: Paul Tremblay’s “A Head Full of Ghosts”