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  • Carrie A Jones - This book gets FIVE "s%&* your pants" gold stars!!!I LOVED this book. Every second of it. I was ready to read it again right after I finished it.

    The spook factor was extremely high in this book. And the Dex factor was definitely going on. This book had the perfect balance between romance and scary. I seriously couldn't put it down even when it was late at night and I needed to get up early for work. And then when I finally did put it down my heart was racing. I kept looking for ghosts kids out of the side of my eye.

    There were a lot of surprise twists with the characters. You think you know what's going on but you really don't.

    ***ARC provided by the awesome Karina Halle***
  • Sam Vaknin - The Case of Maltin's Movie Guides: The Expert and the CrowdIn an age of crowdsourcing and mob "wisdom" made available on every mobile device, why invest in a reference book? With dozens of user reviews available on websites such as and for each film ever shot, however obscure - why bother with Maltin's voluminous fine-print doorstopper movie guides? Because Maltin is the Britannica to imdb's Wikipedia: he offers expertise where laymen merely register opinions.

    There are two Maltin movie guides: the veteran and venerated "Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide", annually published since 1996 and a lighter-weight but equally authoritative "Leonard Maltin's Classic Movie Guide" whose second edition covers movies made no later than 1965. The Guides are mutually exclusive: most films would be listed in either book, but not in both. Each volume proffers between 10,000 (the Classics Guide) and 17,000 (the annual tome) capsule reviews of movies and what a marvel these snippets are!

    Each capsule review comes replete with a plethora of information culled from hundreds of sources: date of release, viewing time in minutes, a quality rating assigned by the Guide's editors (more about them later) as well as the MPAA's parental guidance rating, credits of directors and actors involved, a brief synopsis of the plot, and even gossip, cameo appearances, anecdotes, and the social and cultural context of the work - all neatly and articulately folded into a Tweet-like 100 words or less!

    The annual guide also includes an incisive and insightful essay (in the form of an introduction) about the current state of the cinematic arts and commerce; lists of movies by topic; mail-order and online sources for home videos (a USA-centric feature, admittedly); a widescreen glossary; and indices of film stars and movie directors, each with his or her respective oeuvre. The Classic Guide augments these offerings with "25 vintage movies you really shouldn't miss."

    Back to our opening salvo: why not stick with imdb, or rottentomatoes, both of which now aggregate critics' reviews from a wide variety of sources, print and digital?

    When one is faced with a health problem one consults a doctor or two (for a second opinion.) No one I have heard of confers with 10, 70, or 5000 doctors. The element of expertise is crucial. The authors-editors of the two Guides are not merely the world's leading critics (which they are) - but some of them have actually worked in the film industry, bringing to the proverbial table invaluable insights gleaned first-hand.

    But surely cinema - as opposed to medicine - is a matter of taste and opinion rather than facts and figures? Well, yes and no. Filmmaking is a discipline which must be learned and assimilated methodically and in-depth. Many of its aspects are utterly objective. The same applies to film historiography. And when it comes to taste and opinion I would rather rely on Maltin's than on any Joe Schmo with a keyboard and time to kill. Even when I wholeheartedly disagree with Maltin, I find that the "dialog" is informed by the collective intelligence and unfathomable knowledge of the crew behind the book.

    No lover of the movies should go without a Maltin Guide (or two.)

    DISCLAIMER: I have bought every single edition of Maltin's Guides that I possess, except the last two, which were provided to me, as review copies, courtesy Penguin/Alan Lane. Sam Vaknin, author of "Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited"
  • Robert D. Thonney "Bob" - A GOOD SHAKEUPWe need to be shaken up on our complacent luxurious way of life. It will be a shame to us if we continue in the same and then when we stand at the judgment seat of Christ are shown how empty it all was when there are so many dear people we could have helped. People who live with their own desires paramount, are generally quite unhappy. It is simply the wrong focus. We profess to follow the Lord Jesus Christ who became poor that we might be rich. Shall we simply enjoy our riches materially and leave our brothers and sisters in other parts of the world to struggle through their poverty. How will that look in that day of manifestation before the throne of God????
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