book review

J.G. Walker: Book Review – The Delphi Room by Melia McClure

“My mother was on her way over the day I hung myself.” With this startling, mysterious line, author Melia McClure begins The Delphi Room, a fascinating and engrossing novel that is at times beautiful, heartbreaking, terrifying, and perplexing. It’s even funny. Often, it’s all of these things simultaneously. After taking her own life, a young
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Book Review: William Meikle's The Hole

Willam Meikle’s novel The Hole begins with the following ominous line: “The hum started just after midnight.” Simple, concise, and creepy. In case we didn’t gather it from that opener, Meikle wastes no time letting us know that not only is there a problem in the small town in which The Hole is set, but that the
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