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Phenomenal book. I didn't want it to finish. After the Presidential candidate drops out, Senator Meredith Mitchell is next in line for the race. She's been groomed for this moment her whole life, but she's also just found a love interest, Stevie, who distances herself from the limelight and scrutiny from the press. Can Meredith have both? The presidency and the women of her dreams? This book is not only my new favourite Carsen Taite novel, but it is also going into my all-time favourite Lesfic bookshelf too.
It's smart, sexy, and packs one hell of a romantic punch! The back story is also intriguing and kept me gripped to the very end. It was a nice addition to an amazing love story!! There aren't many books that I would be okay with no epilogue, but this one stands among the few. That doesn't mean I'm not willing to beg Carsen Taite for a sequel because I'd love to continue Stevie and Meredith's love story, but the ending to this book was perfect.
The build-up to the sexual intimacy is slow, but it made me really love these characters more. There was no rushing into sex, but when it happened, it was beautiful and special. Stevie and Meredith are my definition of soul mates, and I couldn't get enough Please do a sequel, Carsen?!?
No angst, just more of the Presidential Fairytale for Meredith and Stevie. I'm already planning when I can reread this. Reviewed by Rachael Forrester.
Having not read any books by Taite I was intrigued as to what this would be like. I was not disappointed. Definitely in the running for my best read of Reviewed by Kimberly Ricketts. So when this book came up for review, I decided to take the opportunity, not realising that it was linked to her two previous political romance novels.
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And, topically, the story centres around a female prospective presidential candidate. The film starts in earnest as Will Logan Marshall-Green in top form arrives at a dinner party his ex-wife, Eden Tammy Blanchard , is throwing at what once was their house. He has brought his girlfriend, Kira Emayatzy Corinealdi , along with him. Where we end is obviously best left unsaid, but The Invitation is remarkable neither for its ending nor for the direction we take to arrive at its ending.
Instead, it is remarkable for its foundation, for all of the substantive storytelling infrastructure that Kusama builds the film upon in the first place.
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It leans entirely on its performances, which are excellent. The early moments of back-and-forth between the pair crackle with a sort of awkward intensity. The Conjuring Year: Director: James Wan Let it be known: James Wan is, in any fair estimation, an above average director of horror films at the very least. The progenitor of big money series such as Saw and Insidious has a knack for crafting populist horror that still carries a streak of his own artistic identity, a Spielbergian gift for what speaks to the multiplex audience without entirely sacrificing characterization.
Reminding me of the experience of first seeing Paranormal Activity in a crowded multiplex, The Conjuring has a way of subverting when and where you expect the scares to arrive.
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Its intensity, effects work and unrelenting nature set it several tiers above the PG horror against which it was primarily competing. It was simply too frightening to deny, and that is worthy of respect. This South Korean story of a career-minded father attempting to protect his young daughter on a train full of rampaging zombies is equal parts suspenseful popcorn entertainment and genuinely affecting family drama.
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Twisted, dark and beautiful all at once, it careens through a wide variety of tones and techniques without ever losing its singular intensity. And there are few scenes in this era of horror with more disturbing sound design than the bit where Leatherface ambushes a guy with a single dull hammer strike to the head before slamming the metal door shut behind him.
The monsters, ghosts, and things that go bump on the wall are off-screen, barely shown, or obscured by shadow. By embracing the squirm—and the time necessary to get us to squirm rather than jump— The Haunting of Hill House is great at creating troubling scenarios, and even better about letting us marinate in them.
Rarely has abject terror and helplessness been so perfectly captured as it is here, Carrie desperately, pathetically clinging to her classmates in terror of her first menstruation, only to be derided and pelted with tampons as she lays in a screaming heap. Carrie is a brisk film which thrives on those two strong, central performances, building to the gloriously cathartic orgy of revenge we all know is coming.
We watch, and writer-director Robert Eggers holds our gaze while a score of strings and assorted prickly detritus—much like the dialogue-less beginning to There Will be Blood —rise to a climax that never comes. All of this Eggers frames with a subconscious knack for creating tension within each shot, rarely relying on jump scares or gore, instead mounting suspense through one masterful edit after another. The effect, then, is that of a building fever dream in which primeval forces—lust, defiance, hunger, greed—simmer at the edges of experience, avoided but never quite conquered.
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