Jane Eyre was one of those books that you adored before you have even read it. Individuals may feel that it’s only a romantic tale yet it’s truly more than that. It’s more of a coming-of-age story and Mr. Rochester just happened to be part of it. I loved how the novel was broken into three volumes. Each volume represented a part of her life; her character development.
The Landlord is a very sinister book that is about how a landowner seeks revenge on inhabitants that do not pay their rent on time. It all starts in North Dakota, a few college boys decided to rent a house and following a couple of months, they begin to have issues with each other. Most of the time they were late when it came to paying the landlord his money, so the landlord decided to pay them a visit.
The Devil in Canaan Parish, by Jackie Shemwell, is an intricately detailed account of Southern Louisiana in the 1950s. The most interesting part of the novel, far and away, was the level of research that obviously went into the writing of this story.
A virus created by the government is discharged before the testing was complete and it kills every adult in this world. Only children survived. Andy and her four friends travel to numerous places to accomplish something more than survive day-to-day basis. This is what Schism by Britt Holewinkski is all about.
Dean Moses’s novella, A Stalled Ox, is a story of about one hundred pages that follows a piece of Howard Harrington’s life as he takes on a new investigation. He is a detective, going undercover to look into a cult that worships a character who calls himself “God.”
A ghost story set in Japan, A Whisper of Leaves was written by Ashley Capes. Riko, and ESL teacher finds an old journal in the forest beneath Mt. Fuji and decides to take it home. As she begins to read through the journal, Riko begins to be threatened by a mysterious and angry force everywhere she turns, and finds out more than she bargained for about the author.