I’ve been meaning to write about this book for awhile now, because it consumed me in the best way writing can. I found myself reading Boy Swallows Universe every chance I got. Trent Dalton’s style is just so gorgeous and captivating.
I never pictured myself reading Slaughterhouse-Five until an important friend of mine recommended it to me, and I’m glad I gave the book a chance.
Who would have guessed I’d find myself well, loving, such a well loved book? I wish I had picked it up earlier.
After Dark is a short novel by the Japanese writer, Murakami, where not everything is as it seems. As the night grows longer, it grows stranger.
The opening for IT Part 2 is the most brutal and cruel scene I’ve ever watched. It also does a perfect job at setting the tone for the rest of the film, and what to expect.
In a good way, the scene is more raw and horrifying than what I imagined when I read the book. On that note, who said movies can’t be more terrifying than your imagination?
Long before his books were adapted into dozens of films, and writing Jurassic Park, Michael Crichton was an honours student at Harvard Medical School writing novels under the pen name “John Lange”.