Reviews

The Witch’s Heart, by Genevieve Gornichec

Thanks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, several important figures in Norse mythology have entered the popular conscious. Although the MCU does not represent these figures very accurately, their names still spark curiosity in several people, myself included. In fact, it was thanks to the MCU that I took a Norse Mythology course my junior year … Continue reading The Witch’s Heart, by Genevieve Gornichec

Anne Perry and the Murder of the Century, by Peter Graham

If you are into old-school crime thriller novels, maybe you’ve heard of Anne Perry's bestselling works. Even fewer may know her origins as Juliet Hulme, whose adolescent friendship with Pauline Parker in early 1950s New Zealand would prove fatal. Not for her, mind you, but for Pauline’s mother Honora. Juliet and Pauline’s story has been … Continue reading Anne Perry and the Murder of the Century, by Peter Graham

Freshman Year and Other Unnatural Disasters, by Meredith Zeitlin

Ah, freshman year of high school. I remember it too: picking out the perfect first-day outfit, thinking you'll rock the fall play auditions, experiencing a rude awakening with the classwork amount, navigating the ruthless jungle of the cafeteria, etc. Although, I didn't quite have plans to make it grand, like Kelsey Finkelstein in Freshman Year … Continue reading Freshman Year and Other Unnatural Disasters, by Meredith Zeitlin