Rabid Reader’s Reviews Holiday Musings 2014

We put together something for your entertainment and musings for the last days of 2014. We’d like to thank the authors Clive S. Johnson and D.L. Morrese for their contribution and we hope all readers will enjoy the reviews and poems that we selected.

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The Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

The_HogfatherIn the Discworld, it is Hogswatch Eve and children are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Hogfather. Someone doesn’t want the Hogfather to make his scheduled rounds and hires the Guild of Assassins to kill the jolly, fat man. Against the fierce Mr. Teatime of the Guide of Assassins can anyone win? Can Hogswatch be saved?

 

 

 

 

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Spooky Halloween Reads and More for 2014

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Books

For this year’s Halloween we put together some spooky reads. All of these books have been reviewed on this page and the links are included. Check out our selection for you.

Spooky Reads for Halloween 2014

In addition two books were reviewed for this occasion:

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Best Halloween Binge Viewing – Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures

Ghost Hunters: The Complete First Season

 

RRR_Ghost_HuntersIn 2004 the [easyazon_link asin=”B001KEGTX2″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” nofollow=”default” tag=”rabidreaders-20″]Ghost Hunters: The Complete First Season[/easyazon_link] show premiered that would change the way I, as a viewer, looked at paranormal research. The TAPS crew featured on Ghost Hunters and led by investigators Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson sought to disprove haunting. Jay and Grant were average guys.

 

 

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Stephen King’s: Sometimes They Come Back (1991)

Halloween Movie Review – Rabid Reader’s Halloween Special 2014

DVD Release Date: March 26, 2002

 

Stephen King's: Sometimes They Come BackIn the movie Stephen King’s: Sometimes They Come Back, Jim Norman’s brother died in 1957 after being stabbed by a gang of greasers. In 1974, Jim returns to his hometown to teach at the local school. After the death of one of Jim’s students, a new student arrives in town. The new student looks like one of the greasers that killed Jim’s brother but he couldn’t possibly be the same boy, as he looks the same age as the young gang member did in 1957. Weird coincidence or do they sometimes come back?

 

 

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