- Watch new, commercial-free episodes of Stephen King's "N.", a short story from Just After Sunset re-imagined in video form by acclaimed artists.
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If you like good stories but not a lot of time for a full novel...read this.
King shows a deft touch with Emily's characterization while still writing at a white-hot pace and bringing this particular reader to the edge of her seat.
Highlights included "Gingerbread Girl", "Mute", "Stationary Bike", "A very Tight Place",and "The Cat from Hell". "Rest Stop" and "N" were good.
Reminded me all over again why I keep coming back for more SK! Sometimes it is just exploring a single, simple question. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Kenneth Fuquay
Stephen King, my favorite writer, what can I say, a good short story book. If you like short stories, this ones for you.Published 4 days ago by Patricia Kain
Never read Stephen King until now. What a delight! Thirteen great, captivating stories. King likes to explore issues around death, for sure. Read morePublished 4 days ago by puzzleman
I have read all of King's anthologies, and I think this is his best ever. I enjoyed every story.Published 6 days ago by Beth M
some stories were blah, and a couple were good and one real good.Published 12 days ago by jack s duncan
Short stories are like chips. You just can't read one. As always, Stephen King knows the things we fear the most and hits home with it.Published 21 days ago by K. Hebb
All the stories in the book are exciting and at times frightening, in the usual Stephen King way!Published 1 month ago by CB