Passage, Connie Willis

I have read Passage by Connie Willis several times, it's an old favorite. My (signed!!) mass market paperback copy has definitely seen better days, but that doesn't detract from the story it tells. Joanna Lander is a researcher who is studying Near Death Experineces. She interviews patients at a Denver hospital who have NDEs in … Continue reading Passage, Connie Willis


The Fireman, Joe Hill

The first Joe Hill novel I read was Horns. I read it during the 'blackout phase' of my blogging career, but it was one of the best books I read in 2015. I picked it up because I liked the cover (it's soft) and it was on sale at Target - always a win. At the … Continue reading The Fireman, Joe Hill

Mr. Mercedes, Stephen King

Despite the fact that Stephen King is one of my favorite authors (as a person), I have only read a shameful amount of his fiction. I frequently watch his interviews and appearances on YouTube, and once heard him talking about a story he was working on; a retired detective is being mocked by one of … Continue reading Mr. Mercedes, Stephen King