From School Library Journal
YA Stephen King enthusiasts will relish this collection of essays about his books and films. King's books deal with everyday people whose lives have slipped over the edge into the realm of the fantastic. His cinematic style of writing has lent itself to be adapted for films. Here, 17 horror and fantasy experts, including Harlan Ellison, Robert Bloch, and Andrew Greely, explore, analyze, and discuss the King phenomenon of horror, presenting a balanced picture. Students will find this useful for reports. Not indexed, but short biographies on the critics are included.Susan Penny, Alief Branch Library, Houston 82
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