Le notti di Salem
Publish date: 1989
Pages no: 441
Edition language: Italian
„Brennen muss Salem“ ist Stephen Kings zweiter veröffentlichter Roman. Er erschien 1975; den deutschsprachigen Buchmarkt erreichte er 1979. Die erste deutsche Version wurde in Österreich verlegt; die Übersetzung lieferten Ilse Winger und Christoph Wagner. Sie verwendeten dabei Formulierungen, die fü...
1.24.19-I just finished my third read of SALEM'S LOT, this time via audiobook. The narrator, Ron McClarty worked well for me and I found this tale as satisfying as it ever was.
Somehow, one of my all-time favorite classic horror stories just didn’t stand up to time and my adult reading habits on this re-read. The scenes I most enjoyed as a teen were as creepily nightmarish as I remembered – [spoiler] Mike Ryerson digging Danny Glick’s grave, Danny at Mark’s window, the boy...
Not my favorite King. I think the biggest thing is that that book doesn't give you a chance to rest between scenes. Also the women were given very little importance I felt and done away with in this book. It would have been great to have some of them for the final fight or the list of survivors. I a...
It had been a while since I read Stephen King, it was like returning to an old friend. This novel was the second he published, and one of the classics I had not read. I really enjoyed this tale of vampires, and even though it was published more than 30 years ago, I think it has aged very well. It...
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