In which Siege is impressed by the historical accuracy on display in a very fictional book.
In which Siege finds a new contender for the top-ten desert island book list.
In which Siege decides she should stop reading books about the current conflict in Iraq, since they only serve to make her feel terrible.
In which Siege does not enjoy Lovecraft nearly as much as she’d hoped, no matter how many prehistoric albino gorillas were involved.
In which Siege remembers just why she began to love Stephen King in the first place.
In which Siege admits that while sometimes Stephen King’s work is not good, she is still unable to resist it.
In which Siege’s love for Jason Statham movies and her love for literature are somehow combined.
In which Siege FINALLY writes another review, this time of a pretty cool horror story.
In which Siege admits an embarrassing fact and enjoys a really good parody.
In which Siege discovers a kindred mind, and also realizes that Marilyn Monroe and Pamela Anderson DO have more in common than one would like to admit.