THE RUNNING MAN | Stephen King as Richard Bachman 03.08.2016 (first published 05.01.1982) | Gallery Books Rating: 4/5 stars Welcome to a dystopian future where the poor are seen as rodents and not human beings. Their lives are not valued the way those with money are. Ben Richards is one of those poor people. His … Continue reading Book Review: The Running Man
Read: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell Rage by Richard Bachman/Stephen King Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix What It Seems by Emily Bleeker The Long Walk by Richard Bachman/Stephen King Death in the Family by Tessa Wegert Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald The Mysterious Affair at Styles by … Continue reading May Wrap Up
ROADWORK | Stephen King as Richard Bachman 05.2016 (first published 03.1981) | Gallery Books Rating: 3.5/5 stars Barton Dawes feels like he’s losing everything he’s worked his whole life for. Highway 784 is being extended straight through Bart’s town and will ruin everything he holds dear. The laundry plant where Bart started his career needs … Continue reading Book Review: Roadwork
THE LONG WALK | Stephen King as Richard Bachman 02.16.2016 (First published July 1979) | Gallery Books Rating: 5/5 stars Each year one hundred boys under the age of eighteen enter into a walking competition where there can only be one winner. Boys around the country enter to compete despite knowing there will be only … Continue reading Book Review: The Long Walk
RAGE | Stephen King as Richard Bachman 09.06.1977 | Signet Rating: 4/5 stars Charlie Decker has reached his breaking point with authority at his school and at home. Things have gone too far and Charlie has snapped. He has killed one of his teachers and taken the rest of his class hostage. Over the course … Continue reading Book Review: Rage
This month I’m not call this stack my TBR, but my TMR...to maybe read. I’m feeling a bit moody over my reading and not really 100% sure what I’m going to want to pick up from week to week. With that in mind I’ve decided to carry over a few missed April reads, toss … Continue reading May TBR!