I was extremely hesitant to start Stephen King's epic novel due to its 1,400+ page count and small font. When COVID-19 hit though, I decided to be masochistic and read it. I'm glad I did, even if it took me two months to finish it. The story sees the U.S. become ravaged by a gruesome… Continue reading The Stand by Stephen King | Book Review
The Shining is one of my favorite books by Stephen King, but for some reason I held off on reading this for such a long time. Trepidation that this wouldn't live up to the original novel? Whatever it was, I'm glad I finally rectified the situation. Doctor Sleep is an incredible work of fiction, and I… Continue reading Doctor Sleep by Stephen King | Book Review
The Shining is another fantastic novel by the King (pun intended) of Horror, and I found it more effective in its chills and spook factor than the film version. The story follows the Torrance family as they move to the Overlook hotel during the winter following a scandal caused by the father, Jack. Along with… Continue reading The Shining by Stephen King | Book Review
https://youtu.be/5xcVfyGGyIU Today I show off the music, film, games, and books I picked up in November!
https://youtu.be/UDNXskFUA6E Today I open lovely gifts from two of my dear friends! Robert's Channels!: Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/tipstergaming YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/RobertSantellan Mr_ CoCoNutss: https://twitter.com/Mr_CoCoNutss
https://youtu.be/Sr6E-HkG7yU Today I review the six novels I read in the month of September! ♥REVIEWS♥ Gerald's Game by Stephen King: https://alycatgeekery.com/2017/09/07/geralds-game-by-stephen-king-book-review/ The Mountain Between Us by Charles Martin: https://alycatgeekery.com/2017/09/11/the-mountain-between-us-by-charles-martin-book-review/ Odd Birds by Ian Harding: https://alycatgeekery.com/2017/09/13/odd-birds-by-ian-harding-book-review/ The Mothers by Brit Bennett: https://alycatgeekery.com/2017/09/16/the-mothers-by-brit-bennett-book-review/ How to Behave in a Crowd by Camille Bordas: https://alycatgeekery.com/2017/09/25/how-to-behave-in-a-crowd-by-camille-bordas-book-review/ The Red Queen… Continue reading September 2017 Reading Wrap-Up!
https://youtu.be/CmaIktb6eS0 Today I review Mike Flanagan's film adaptation of Stephen King's novel, Gerald's Game! Does it live up to the incredibly twisty source material? Starring Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, and Henry Thomas.
This is genuinely one of the most twisted, unique books I've read. Focusing on a sex game gone horribly wrong, this is the story of Jessie Burlingame's struggle to survive. That's not all that's going on, though. Jessie has voices speaking to her, a stray dog who is desperately hungry, and a possibly malevolent presence… Continue reading Gerald’s Game by Stephen King | Book Review
I went into this novel with a little trepidation. I had heard some people say it was excellent, while others hated this first entry. Luckily, I'm firmly in the former camp. The first novel in The Dark Tower series, the story revolves around the titular gunslinger (Roland Deschain) as he traverses his world to find… Continue reading The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) by Stephen King | Book Review
I can honestly say this is genuinely one of the most terrifying novels I've ever read. The plot follows a group of seven kids (and also when they're adults) as they face off a malevolent force that has taken a hold of their hometown Derry, Maine. Every twenty-seven years, IT awakens and goes on a… Continue reading IT by Stephen King | Book Review