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    For me, king at his best

    Great story that will scare you. Dont read too late at night, otherwise you might find sleep hard to find.
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    Salems Lot

    Good read. Full of dark tension. Although I found the characters lacked some depth to them.
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    'Salems's lot

    I read this book when I was fifteen, scared me stupid, I slept with a crucifix under my pillow for a year after.
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    Move along dear, nothing to read here.

    Oh dear, it hasn't aged well, has it? Peyton Place meets Dracula is how King himself pitched the novel, and well, to be fair, that is exactly what he delivered. The ancient evil arriving in small-town America trope was copied, deliberately, by Peter Straub in his novel Ghost Story, and to be honest, it is the better book. Don't get me wrong, 'Salem's Lot is enjoyable but there's not much meat on its bones. Keep it for a commute read, or if you just have to read everything by King. Otherwise, there are better efforts by King available, the book that was published next is a right cracking read, you'll be wary of twins in hotels for some time afterwards.
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