Horror For All

February 12, 2018

4 stars: Review of YOU, ME AND US by Liam Hurley

by Kate Ashley       Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars      

YOU, ME AND US was never a love story from the start – and it never claimed to be. There was never a happy ending with the two together. And this realness, along with Jimmy’s wittiness and the modern reference sprinkled all over the novel, is what makes this novel so enjoyable to read. Anyone who enjoys 500 Days of Summer or any other non-love story between a boy and a girl will want to give this book a try.

Why It’s Tough to Be a Woman in Horror

by Renee Miller            

Horror, both films and books, has a bad reputation in terms of its track record for gender equality. Much of it puts the woman in the role of victim, or glorifies the torture of a pretty young thing as a source of pleasure for the viewer/reader. With such a misogynistic taint on its image, why would any woman want to be a horror author anyway?


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