Just After Sunset: Stories
Publish date: 2008-11-11
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ome
Pages no: 367
Edition language: English
I love Stephen King short stories. This collection was no exception. He is a master at storytelling. The stories in this book that I enjoyed most were Stationary Bike – where a man tries to get fit and instead visits a world that only his stationary bike takes him to. The Things They Left Behind...
The Gingerbread Girl The Thing’s They Left Behind, N. The Cat From Hell Willa A few good images but mostly boring. Stationary Bike, Harvey’s Dream, Rest Stop, Graduation Afternoon, Mute
I've heard so many people critique Stephen King by saying that his books are always long and he needs editing. That boggles my brain, because to me he seems to be one of the only mainstream authors that consistently releases great short stories, short novels, and novellas. And this book once again p...
King's stories always pull me in. There are some really creepy stories here. Some are tender. More than a couple had me yelling in frustration at the villians.
All-in-all I liked this book...some stories were good; some not so much, but it kept me reading and interested. Some stories were time passers while others really made me think and wonder...could that happen...while at least one store I knew definitely could happen. Nothing room shattering great, bu...
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