Book Review: Billy Summers by Stephen King

The title character of prolific author Stephen King’s latest book is a hitman who only takes jobs in which the target is a “bad” person. Having fallen into the profession after serving in Iraq, he has grown weary of it when he is contacted about a job that offers a large enough payout for him to retire.

Book Review: Later by Stephen King

While Stephen King is perhaps best known for writing sprawling horror opuses, some of his best storytelling is in his shorter, more concise works.

Book Review: 2 Classic Haunted House Stories

We take a look at 2 classic stories about haunted places.

Book Review: “The Institute” by Stephen King

This novel is classic King, with several richly developed young characters that you will both relate to and root for. This is also easily one of the scariest books he has put out in a long time.

Book Review: “The Outsider” by Stephen King

Fans of classic Stephen King are in for a treat with his latest, which blends the eerie sensibilities of his greatest stories with a more modern, police procedural style.

Book Review: “Sleeping Beauties” by Stephen King & Owen King

Stephen King’s latest (a collaboration with son Owen) is going to have a very polarizing reaction among readers for a few possible reasons. It will likely turn some off because of how derivative it is of his earlier works, most notably “The Stand”, what with it beginning with a seemingly apocalyptic scenario: the women of […]

On This Day, September 24

On September 24, 1789, the Judiciary Act of 1789 is passed by Congress and signed by President George Washington, establishing the Supreme Court of the United States as a tribunal made up of six justices who were to serve on the court until death or retirement. That day, President Washington nominated John Jay to preside […]