What a way to end the year! I picked this up as a freebie. I enjoyed it way more than I thought I would.
I would almost throw this in a horror genre, since we know exactly the horrible things that will happen and we’re mentally trying to stop them as the story progresses. The main character is having a bad day that progressively gets worse and we all know how that goes.
I recommend this to a person with a strong stomach and a sense of humor.
I picked this up as a read for horror book club. Horror isn’t really my genre, but I do try it once in a while.
I enjoyed this book, but there were a few minor things that bugged me, and it is possible that I missed the explanation or it is possible that the author and editor missed explaining it. I can’t mention it without spoilers, but they dropped my review from 5 stars to 4 stars.
I would recommend this book if someone was into horror. There are a few gross things in it, but it just made me happier that I was reading it instead of watching it. It’s worth reading.
I watched this as part of the film noir program at The Roxie theater late in 2020. I think this was one of the weirdest movies I’ve watched. It’s a well-known movie by movie historians, but it really wasn’t for me.
It was a silent film and it bounced between reality and dreams. It was hard to follow at some points, but I worked my way through the movie. Nope, I didn’t like it, but I’m also not a big horror fan.
I picked this book up after it went circulating around one of my reading groups, mostly as a joke, so I wasn’t expecting much. I looked at the number of reviews, and at how many stars it had, so I was expecting more. I decided to go for it. I regret it. This was the weirdest book I’ve ever read. I spent a lot of my reading time shouting “No! Don’t go in there!” and feeling very strange about it.
I had difficulty suspending belief on this one. I just couldn’t get the idea of the book in my brain.
I picked this book up for bookclub. I knew it was a horror book, but I wasn’t sure what to expect. I really was confused for about a third of the book, but then it finally got my attention and I sailed through to the end. I enjoyed it, but I don’t think I will read it again.