Red Dragon by Thomas Harris

I am so happy to report that I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Were there things I wanted to tweak? Sure. Did I hit some dull spots? A few–and I’ll get to those. But because Red Dragon was a book I can confidently say was well-written and a good read, I have to start with the positives. This was…

The Sculptor by Gregory Funaro

I so wish that I could say I loved this book. If the middle was as enticing as the beginning and the end, then maybe that would be the case. When we open up the book  we’re in Tommy Campbell’s POV as he wakes up to The Sculptor making him into his Bacchus. I was a…

The Church of Dead Girls by Stephen Dobyns

After finishing Stephen Dobyns’ The Church of Dead Girls my head feels very full. To me, mysteries and thrillers are like a game. Can I figure out who the killer is before he/she is revealed? Am I smarter than the narrator? Can I win? The Church of Dead Girls is the first book we’ve read this semester that does…

American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis

Tonight I am wearing black leggings by Victoria’s Secret and a dark gray long-sleeve leisurewear t-shirt by American Eagle Outfitters with a black and white rose. Above the rose in dark gray typewriter-esque text is the statement “Romance (Always a Good Thing).” My slippers are robin’s egg blue with a gray Aztec pattern. They are…