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  • Great short stories

    King delivers the goods with these compelling tales, and prefaces each one with some background as to how the story came about. This is a great read whether you are a King fan or not.

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  • Bazaar of bad dreams

    Absolutely loved it. A wide variety of stories across many genres. UR is a gem but they're all well written and captivating. I just can't get enough of The King.

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  • Fantastic

    Stephen King really is the master when it comes to horor. The Bazaar of Bad Dreams is a series of short stories, some published, some not. Each story is introduced by King who tell the "Constant Reader" a little about how he came to write the story including the story about pain which he wrote following the RTA whilst ou walking near his home in Maine. I thooughly enjoyed it and can't wait for his next offering.

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  • Average, nothing amazing

    I think as King got older his fear became old age and death (which is quite understandable considering his age). This might make me sound quite superficial but I find this fixation boring. I will admit that there are a few stories that did get stuck in my head as interesting and harrowing, but the majority is plain boring and unoriginal. I sadly can't really recommend the whole collection bit some stories are not that bad.

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