There’s never enough to read and watch and listen to and do. There’s always something to try, and in this regard, I am a very happy guinea pig, undertaking all manner of excursions so you don’t have to do it all on your own.
This page offers two route to go down. Legend has it that there exists a third, but none have returned to tell the tale.
Gratin, or longer reviews that also have a small amount of analysis, are meatier, and generally creep toward just over 1000 words. They also have a smattering of spoilers, so be warned.
Crisps, or shorter reviews, have no analysis. They are brief and either laud or denounce entertainingly. These never get above 500 words.
Rebecca: The Persistence of Memory
A review of Daphne du Maurier’s gothic novel Rebecca.
Blood Meridian, or The Evening Redness in the West – A Review
A book review of Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian.
The Swerve: How the World became Modern – A Review
A brief (but mildly caustic) review of Stephen Greenblatt’s The Swerve.
The Green Mile: A Review
A short review on Stephen King’s novel The Green Mile
Villette: A Review
A review on Charlotte Brontë’s novel, Villette
The Monk: A Review
A short review of M. G. Lewis’ novel The Monk: A Romance