Publish date: September 1st 1991
Publisher: Albin Michel
Edition language: French
I hadn't heard of this story before, but it came with Secret Window, Secret Garden and therefore I just had to read this one as well. I won't say what's happening, because the confusion that especially plays a very important role in the first part of the book is the best part. Believe me when I sa...
This is not one of my favorites. While King, admittedly my favorite author, is a fantastic storyteller, he’s a lousy plotter and his stories are always better off when he leaves off attempting to explain how things work or why things happen. Often the essential scenario that he presents to us doesn’...
A classic case of King Syndrome wherein the author comes up with such an interesting initial concept, builds it up so well and effectively that no answer will ultimately satisfy.
This is one of my favorite King stories because it's really imaginative. What if you fell asleep on a plane and woke up to find it empty? Panic. That's what. King as always does a great job managing supernatural and natural threats. It's always bad enough that King drops his characters into a se...
This is more of a science fiction/thriller than horror. I enjoyed the ensemble cast, particularly the enigmatic Nick. This story does keep you wondering how things will be resolved. I thought the miniseries was pretty true to the story as well. Really liked the actor they chose to play Nick. He na...
Share this Book