The spectacular thing about this pumpkin macaroni and cheese recipe? Its magnificently indulgent nature.
I wanted to like this book. I really did. But, alas, the most frightening thing I experienced while reading it was when Devil Cat jumped up on the bed, knocking the book out of my hands. Sadly, it's just not scary. This is due in part to the writing. In the introduction by Otto Penzler, he calls author Ira Levin a "genius" and paints him as a master of economy of words, the result being a nerve-jangling terror ride for the reader. In reality, the writing was so ineffective and heavy on description it kept intruding on what I was seeing in my head, slowing down my experience of reading. read more