The Bachman Books: Four Early Novels by Stephen King
Publish date: November 1986
Pages no: 923
Edition language: English
Rage is a slimy little book that comes to us from the bottom of some dank pond in fairyland. It's about a maladjusted high school kid who takes his Algebra class hostage in order to give his classmates a crash course in puerile psychology. Written by a future best-selling novelist, the kids all talk...
Originally posted here."I'm sorry for you, Charlie."Today's title is something Susan Brooks says to our protagonist (?) Charlie Decker towards the end of Richard Bachman/Stephen King's Rage.That one little line of dialogue does an incredibly accurate job of summing up my feelings for this book. I f...
I read Rage and The Long Walk. Very violent and depressing. I didn't care for them. They were well-written but as any who know me, I don't do depressing pleasure reading. I'm glad that King's style has changed.
I actually only read The Long Walk, but I'm intruiged by descriptions of The Running Man. I'm not sure what to say about it; it was compelling, definitely, but I was a little dissatisfied with the ending. I, well, I mean, I'm not sure you could have been satisfied with--it's such an uncomfortable ...
This is a great collection of early Bachman stories written by Stephen King: Rage, The Long Walk, The Running Man, and Roadwork. I've reviewed them all separately, and some I've liked more than others, but still, in my profession and expert opinion, it's hard to go wrong with King. ;)
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