This is a confounding book in that it is both very good and deeply flawed.
There will likely be spoilers in the review below, so take this as fair warning.
I’m having the hardest time reviewing Cloud and I know why. It’s a novel by Eric McCormack and I want to categorize it.
The great detective Sherlock Holmes is alone, experiencing the indignities of age, and on his greatest case ever: himself.
An uneven collection of ten stories, The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers (1865 – 1933) is the author’s best known work (today) and largely due to its first four stories which have a weird, supernatural quality to them.
I read Joseph Conrad a very long time ago—Under Western Eyes, Nostromo, Heart of Darkness—but I’m not sure if I ever read Victory: An Island Tale. I think not. It turns out I like it a lot,