Killing Floor by Lee Child

I thought: should I be worried? I was under arrest. In a town where I’d never been before. Apparently for murder. But I knew two things. First, they couldn’t prove something had happened if it hadn’t happened. And second, I hadn’t killed anybody. Not in their town, and not for a long time, anyway. AboutContinue reading “Killing Floor by Lee Child”

Cujo by Stephen King

“They began to back up, and as they did, the dog began to walk slowly forward. It was a stiff walk; not really a walk at all, Ronnie thought. It was a stalk. That dog wasn’t fucking around. Its engine was running and it was ready to go. Its head remained low. That growl neverContinue reading “Cujo by Stephen King”

The Land of Laughs by Jonathan Carroll

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Grab your current read, open to a random page and share two teaser sentences from that page! “Reading a book, for me at least, is like traveling in someone else’s world. If it’s a good book, then you feel comfortable andContinue reading “The Land of Laughs by Jonathan Carroll”

Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman

“As a rule, Fat Charlie felt embarrassment in his teeth, and in the upper pit of his stomach. If something that even looked like it might be embarrassing was about to happen on his television screen Fat Charlie would leap up and turn it off. If that was not possible, say if other people wereContinue reading “Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman”

The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland… (by Catherynne M. Valente)

…in a Ship of Her Own Making. I am reviewing this book as a part of the Follow the Blurb Reading Challenge. “When souls queue up to be born, they all leap up at just the last moment, touching the lintel of the world for luck. Some jump high and can seize a great measureContinue reading “The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland… (by Catherynne M. Valente)”

Follow the Blurb Challenge

I came across the Follow the Blurb Reading Challenge over at Jennifer’s Reading with Tequila. I haven’t participated in any reading challenges till date (and it has nothing to do with my very busy schedule.) “The plan is simple. I’m going to choose a book to read. Once I finish that book, I’ll choose aContinue reading “Follow the Blurb Challenge”