Frankenstein

Oh my dears, what to say about this book? Prior to having read this book, "Frankenstein", knowing the story only from film, cultural osmosis, I would likely have classified it simply as a horror story. I would have been incorrect, or at the least not giving it the credit it deserves. This book is, in … Continue reading Frankenstein

Wolf Song.

The ragged edge of sleep, Oh how it taunts, And in the waking hours dares to haunt the soul Of hunters graceless in their gait Who in their hunger hardly care to wait Unless then patience proves to be their need They’d rather cut your throat and watch you bleed, To eat then of the … Continue reading Wolf Song.

Journey’s End in Lovers Meeting: The Haunting of Hill House

  With β€œThe Haunting of Hill House,” Shirley Jackson is often credited with having set the standard for Gothic haunted house stories and rightly so. Dr. Montague, with a questionably morbid curiosity that readers of the genre have come to take for granted in its necessity for creating the backbone of why any of the … Continue reading Journey’s End in Lovers Meeting: The Haunting of Hill House