MaryJanice Davidson has been knocking out books in the Undead series for a while now and we're all grateful but it seems she's been going down hill since about the 5th as there are few new ideas and little happens that we're not already expecting.
Betsy and Sinclaire have lost all their spark and have settled into the roles of Husband and Wife in the most boring of ways.
Marc still hasn't got a storyline, simply narrating Lauras (Betsy's sister and daughter of the devil)
Jessica is basically an extra with a few quippy lines
Tina (one of my favourite characters) is hardly in the book
And worst of all MJD feels it necisary to bore us with… Read more
Okay, so first I saw Fight club, then I read Fight club and was so stunned by the genius, the plot twists and the sarcastic/cynical writing style. So I bought Invisible Monsters and again I am in awe! The story starts with a model turned monster (after having her jaw shot off)going on a road trip with Princess Brandy, a strong if a bit insane woman she met in a speach therapists office. I wont say anymore as I wouldn't want to ruin the shock factor which is one of the best aspects of the story but I will say that this is one of the best things I have read in years! x x x x
days after first hearing about the pop surrealism or (low brow) art movement I heard about this book and simply had to have it. I ordered online and waited with excitement until it arrived and I cant express with enough detail or joy how purely amazing the book is! The first few pages explain the start of the movement in great detail, it is extremely useful for anyone interested in this kind of art and I believe would even spark interest in someone completely new to it. Then the pages are filled with picture after picture of purely weird and surreal art by artists such as Mark Ryden, Todd Schorr, SHAG and Camille Rose Garcia. So pleased with this product and I would,… Read more