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Quotes from The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon

The following are quotes of Stephen King‘s The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. Disclaimer: I read the book on my Kindle Paperwhite so the locations refer to that version of the book (sorry if you were looking for page numbers). “Doing … Continue reading

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18 Miserable Quotes

The following are quotes from Stephen King‘s Misery and the thoughts that they provoked in me. Disclaimer: I read the book on my Kindle Paperwhite so the locations refer to that version of the book (sorry if you were looking for … Continue reading

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The Lovely Bones

The following is in response to Alice Sebold‘s, The Lovely Bones. Once again I am behind the times, reading a book that everyone read years ago, and once again I am satisfied with the complexity that another great author was … Continue reading

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Mockingjay

The following is in response to Suzanne Collins‘ “Mockingjay,” the third book in the popular series The Hunger Games. What have I done so far this break instead of eating turkey or working on this semester’s final portfolios? Reading the … Continue reading

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

The following is in response to “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” written by Seth Grahame-Smith and Jane Austen. This parody novel slash old-world mash-up slash zombie novel is a tale of how people’s pride and prejudices get in the way … Continue reading

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Popular Mechanics

He following is in response to Raymond Carver‘s “Popular Mechanics.” In this minimalistic piece of fiction, a couple fight over their child—they are splitting up and both want custody so they play tug-a-war with the baby until it seems like … Continue reading

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Haiku

Chapters 21 and 34 A zombie appears in a wedding dress no less and a baby too.  I would never guess Darcy to profess his love for Elizabeth. The zombie gets shot; Darcy gets a roundhouse kick; baby gets away. … Continue reading

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