Crimson Peak

Creepy siblings, ghosts, and a trace of Poe

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Rating: A

From the moment I saw the trailer, I could tell that this would be my kind of movie. After all, it was a period piece, had supernatural happenings, and a gothic tone to it. After finally watching it, I can say that it did not disappoint.

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Swimming Lessons

The truth doesn’t always equal answers

Swimming Lessons by Claire Fuller

3.8/5

This book was read within a day. There is so much within this novel that you could talk about but for this post, I’d like to focus one of the overwhelming themes of truth and imagination, what is real and what has been made up? This is a question that is brought up a lot when the characters and the readers wonder what really happened to Ingrid, a woman who disappears one day, leaving behind a complicated history with her husband and two children. But the more we read, the more we see that this is not, in fact, the question that matters. Continue reading “Swimming Lessons”