Archive for October, 2008|Monthly archive page

One Minute Murders In The Rue Morgue

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“Murders in the Rue Morgue & Other Stories” by Edgar Allen Poe, on audiobook, read by David Case, reviewed.

One Minute Vampire Hunter D

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“Hideyuki Kikuchi’s Vampire Hunter D Manga Volume 1,” by Hideyuki Kikuchi and Saiko Takaki, reviewed.

One Minute Chibi Vampire

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“Chibi Vampire, Volume 1,” by Yuna Kagesaki, reviewed.  Although it’s not very ‘horrific’ it is about vampires, so it still falls into Horror Month as far as I’m concerned.  Go horror! Go vampires!

One Minute Poems Bewitched and Haunted

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“Poems Bewitched and Haunted (Everyman’s Library Pocket Poets),” by John Hollander, reviewed for Horror Month!  My favorite:  p. 204, The Old Ghost, by Thomas Lovell Beddoes.

One Minute Carrie

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“Carrie,” by Stephen King, reviewed for Horror Month!  Stephen King seems to like using young people as the central characters of his horror novels – do you feel that this device makes it easier to create a feeling of horror for the reader?

One Minute Night Shift

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“Night Shift,” by Stephen King, reviewed while standing in a corn patch, because the story “Children Of The Corn” is awesome.

One Minute Skeleton Crew

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“Skeleton Crew,” by Stephen King, reviewed while I was in Monterey, California at Internet Librarian 2008.

One Minute Ancient Sorceries

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“Ancient Sorceries and Other Weird Stories (Penguin Classics),” by Algernon Blackwood, reviewed in Monterey California, at Internet Librarian 2008.

One Minute Mr. George And Other Odd Persons

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“Mr. George And Other Odd Persons,” by August Derleth, reviewed while in Monterey, CA at Internet Librarian 2008.

One Minute Shadow At The Bottom Of The World

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The Shadow At The Bottom Of The World, by Thomas Ligotti, reviewed, in Monterey, California during Internet Librarian 2008.  Woot!