Jan 23, 2022

Night Shift

Night Shift By {author, [PDF] Night Shift | by Í Stephen King [PDF] Night Shift | by Í Stephen King - Night Shift, Night Shift Stephen Kings first collection of short stories showcases the darkest depths of his brilliant imaginationand will chill the cockles of many a heart Chicago Tribune Featuring Jerusalems Lot the

  • Publisher‏:‎ Anchor; Reissue edition (June 24, 2008)
  • Publication date‏:‎ June 24, 2008
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1513 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 370 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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Night Shift

[PDF] Night Shift | by Í Stephen King [PDF] Night Shift | by Í Stephen King - Night Shift, Night Shift Stephen Kings first collection of short stories showcases the darkest depths of his brilliant imaginationand will chill the cockles of many a heart Chicago Tribune Featuring Jerusalems Lot the Night Shift

  • [PDF] Night Shift | by Í Stephen King
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  1. Stephen King and I both turn the dreaded age of 70 years old this year If that is not scary enough I decided to plunge into a reading of many of King s classic novels and short stories Night Shift is the first of his story collections It was published in 1976 The tales hold up well and will be read well into the future Among the stories Graveyard Shift Mutant Rats run on a rampage of murder and horror deep within the confines of an old and decaying buildingThe Mangler A machine possessed by evil [...]


  2. I m a bit hesitant to write a review on this book, seriously are any of us worthy to review and or critique Stephen King No, no we are not.If you haven t read this book, I am both jealous of and shocked by you at the same time You get to read this book for the first time That is a precious gift Yet, I am shocked How have you never read this book Is that possible The mind whirlsBuy this book, read it, put in your library.


  3. I can t believe I d never read this one before Stephen King is excellent at short stories, and this was a great collection The only story I didn t like was Night Surf, the rest were good to great.Standouts for me The ManglerThe BoogeymanBattlegroundThe LedgeQuitters, Inc.Children of the Corn about a thousand times better than that crappy movie The Last Rung on the LadderOne for the Road


  4. Night Shift was my first dive into a compilation of Stephen King s short stories I really enjoyed this book a lot, and was very surprised considering I am not a fan of short story anthologies very much However, the King of horror can seemingly pull anything off with finesse.Although Night Shift is packed with twenty stories, many of which have been adapted to film or television, it was a new experience The aspect I loved the most was the very bleak nature to the stories that with many of the ada [...]


  5. Night Shift by Stephen King opens a Pandora s Box full of unearthly nightmares Stories of miniature army men coming to life, a bandaged hand that has a mind of its own, a terrifying wager taking place on a five inch apartment building ledge many stories up and a monster worm that dwells in darkness beneath a church Many of these works of art harkens back to the Tales From The Crypt days of old This classic formula of grabbing the reader instantly and not letting go, is achieved by successfully c [...]


  6. Don t get me wrong The book is fantastic, and Mr King is on top form with these stories, all of which range from the horrific to downright grotesque with than a touch of beauty along the way.My 1 star review is for the Kindle edition which is full of spelling errors which are NOT in the paperback version of the book, right down to an entire line of text missing from the story Battleground Okay, the line is only one word long, but it s pretty crucial to the story.I contacted about the issue, but [...]


  7. Some absolute gems in this collection I d say this is King at his earliest best Strange, dark, wierd and funny as you would expect but also quite thought provoking The Lawnmower Man is just outrageous and confirms that Mr King enjoyed his drugs Genius work that takes you to places and introduces you to characters that chill and astound Jerusalems Lot was an excellent prequel story to Salems lot and worth the purchase price alone if your a fan If this is your first venture into a King book be pre [...]


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