The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks
Fascinating case histories of mental patients. I was amazed at just how badly things can go TOTALLY WRONG in one’s brain. For no reason. Kind of spooky.
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I’ve always loved Ellery Queen mysteries. I started reading them probably in junior high. This one takes place in a sleepy little town in
New England. Nothing much happens beyond local politics
and the quirkiness of the citizens. UNTIL MURDER COMES TO TOWN…..
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Blockade Billy/Morality by Stephen King
I’m not a big fan of King’s books. This one was in the bargain bin at Walmart, and after reading the blurb on the back, it sounded like there wasn’t a lot of weird gore or mayhem in either of the novellas, so I got it.
OK, I’ll admit it: it was just the right size for an altered book. But I did read it first!
The first one was a good little story about the early days of baseball. I enjoyed it. The end was bloody, but I expected that to a certain extent. At least it was “normal” bloody, not supernatural. Like that excuses what happened….
The second one, Morality, was downright disturbing. I would rather not have read that and have what happened in the story in my mind now. Very unpleasant.
I will enjoy turning this book into a piece of art. Give it a nicer role….