Reviews by Kathy

The Call of the Wild

by Jack London

Read this book in school when I was a kid loved it then and now. Great read. I wish the educating system will bring back the classics in school for this generation to read.

Reviewed on 2013.08.04

The After House

by Mary Roberts Rinehart

One of the most chilling books I have read. Rinehart is the master at murder mystery. It is definitely set in different times but I enjoy reading books that give one a perspective on an earlier era. Don't read late at night or you will have to get up to make sure all the windows and doors are locked!!.

Reviewed on 2013.06.10

The Beach Scene

by Albert Berg

Disappointing. Like Violet Collins, I had thought that this book would live up to the other reviews as being "delightfully creepy", "brilliantly haunting", or just plain "stunning." It may be just me, but though I liked how this story was written and structured, I found it to be painfully predictable with a humorously cheesy ending.

Reviewed on 2012.07.05

More Blood, More Sweat, and Another Cup of Tea

by Tom Reynolds

Interesting and well written. Topics come from daily life, so not a lot of rhyme or reason and each blog entry doesn't necessarily end with a conclusion.

Really more of a 4.5 stars than a 4.

Reviewed on 2010.04.07

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