The Shining is as efficacious as a psychological thriller as it is a horror story. It is dark, creepy, and atmospheric--a true macabre. It follows the story of the Torrance's family and their experiences at the Overlook Hotel. Themes such as madness, darkness, goodness, and innocence are eminent throughout the book.
A story that explores love, forgiveness, and letting go.
"When the police asked those bullies why they'd abused my student so severely, all they were able to come up with was that they 'just didn't like him.' It was just hate. Pure, simple malice." - Keigo Higashino, Malice Malice explores a person's motivation for committing a crime. Kunihiko Hidaka is found dead in a locked… Continue reading Malice