Review: Ghost Stories

Hauntingly beautiful and delightfully spooky, Ghost Stories is a curated collection of classic short stories filled with spectres and nightmarish visitations. Though the subject matter is ethereal and intangible, Ghost Stories is leaves a substantial impression.  Editors Lisa Morton and Leslie Klinger selected time-honored tales of the dead visiting the world of the living and […]

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Review: Arabian Nights

I feel funny about reviewing classic literature. For one thing, it’s a classic, meaning a consensus has already been reached by “the collective, inimitable them” (Elizabethtown, 2005) that it is indeed a good book. My affirmation of its greatness is not necessary, and my denial of it would be meaningless. For another thing, seeing as […]

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