Category Archives: Response to book

Quotes From The Drawing of the Three

The Following are quotes from Stephen King’s “The Drawing of the Three,” the second installment of The Dark Tower series which was written in 1987. Even now one of the men tore a sheet form the yellow pad which lay … Continue reading

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there is always a woman

The following is in response to Charles Bukowski’s book “Love Is A Dog From Hell.” Bukowski’s work can seem contrived, how this older man is content with this cycle of women coming in and out of his life. He chases … Continue reading

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SEO for a Dummy

The following is in response to “SEO for Dummies” by Peter Kent. SEO for Dummies is a little different from the books that I like to read for leisure, so it’s no surprise that this read was indeed not for … Continue reading

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The Gift that Keeps on Givering

The following is in response to Lois Lowary’s book “The Giver.” The Giver is one of those books that you probably read in high school that you didn’t think much about until the movie came out and even then you … Continue reading

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Don’t Judge This Wallflower

The following is in response to Stephen Chbosky’s book “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” Chbosky’s book follows the young Charlie through high school as he comes to terms with his adolescence, a history of sexual abuse, and drugs. Besides … Continue reading

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Fires and Button Boxes

The following is in response to Stephen King’s book “Firestarter” and his novella with Richard Chizmar “Gwendy’s Button Box”. Firestarter depicts a father’s journey to keep his daughter safe even when he is not with her. So what he is … Continue reading

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Milk and Honey and Sun and Flowers (Cycles)

The following is in response to Rupi Kaur’s books “Milk and Honey” and “The Sun and Her Flowers.” One of the most interesting things about Kaur’s two books here, the amazing and moving poetry they hold inside them notwithstanding, is … Continue reading

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