Thursday, July 5, 2012

Two Reviews of Popular Novels

"Readers don’t turn to Stephen King for belles lettres, but his writing habits are highly effective for storytelling, plot development, character composition (or decomposition), and other such homely virtues," says y first spying on Oswald to ascertain that he’s the lone assassin, then eliminating him" — The American Conservative's Marian Kester Coombs of tha author's latest, whose protagonist is travels through time "to prevent the Kennedy assassination by first spying on Oswald to ascertain that he’s the lone assassin, then eliminating him" — To Save JFK.

"Now that I have been sucked into the vortex that is the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, I am beginning to understand that women want the dude to be in charge, and apparently that’s hotter than equality," begins Taki's Magazine's Bruce Cochran — Fifty Shades of Frustration.

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