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Pick of The Week, Reviews

Boheim Explores Family Secrets, Revenge and The Supernatural In “The Silent Children”

Amna K. Boheim’s “The Silent Children” begins with a mysterious letter from Annabel Albrecht to her son, Max. Included with her deathbed request is a troubling photograph from 1938 of a boy and girl with the inscription: “You knew.” Annabel pleads with Max to find the frightened young boy, now a man if he’s still […]

Pop Culture News, Reviews

Book Review: David Sedaris’ ‘Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls’

Fresh off the streets and into the library, Icon Vs. Icon’s Kate Vendetta is back once again with a brand new book review. This time around she tackles David Sedaris’ ‘Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls.’ Review: I would be lost at a book club meeting. I’m a thirty-something, wine drinking (guzzling), tanned white woman who stays […]

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Book Review: The Dead Walk In Dana Fredsti’s “Plague Town”

Dana Fredsti’s “Plague Town” is set in a small town in northern California and told in the first-person perspective of Ashley Parker, a 29-year-old older-chick-in-class college student. However, with any good horror fantasy story, it doesn’t take long before the town goes from sleepy to creepy as residents start contracting the mysterious Walker’s Flu, which […]

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Review: Corey Taylor’s ‘Seven Deadly Sins: Settling the Argument Between Born Bad and Damaged Good’

Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor released his book, “Seven Deadly Sins: Settling the Argument Between Born Bad and Damaged Good,” this month to share his worldview about life as a sinner. “I was 22-years-old, a hard-on with a pulse, wretched and vice-ridden … too much to burn and not enough minutes in an […]