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  • Buy Full Dark, No Stars Instead

    The "A Good Marriage" movie was obviously used here to market this book. You buy this eBook for the seemingly low price of $5.99, and you get A Good Marriage and 1922, which are both fantastic pieces of fiction in their own right. And then (this is where things get laughable) for another $5.99, you can have another one of Stephen King's recent adaptations "Big Driver" with a bonus story called "Fair Extension." Without taxes, you've just paid $11.98 for these four short stories. BUT: there is a cheaper option to get EXACTLY the same thing, AND THEN SOME. Do a quick search for Stephen King's Full Dark, No Stars. In Canada, it costs $10.99 on the Kobo Store. Open up the preview right quick and see what you get: 1922, Big Driver, Fair Extension, A Good Marriage, AND a short story titled Under The Weather. So, why would you pay this money to have the stories separately when you can get them all together for a smaller file size, less space taken up in your library, and lower price. I don't understand the publishing world clearly, because I cannot personally understand why they would waste their time re-publishing something that already exists and duping people into spending more money and getting virtually nothing new, nothing exciting, nothing you couldn't get cheaper if you didn't do a very quick, very basic search of the Kobo Store. I'm quite upset that Stephen King would allow something like this; Sure, he signs the rights over to a publisher, but, being the literary giant that he is, there is no denying the power he would wield over the publishers. He needs to learn to say "No, maybe that's not such a great idea."

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  • A Good Marriage

    I enjoyed the book, typical Stephen King fare. I didn't give it 5 stars because it was so short. Even with the bonus story, it was still only a couple hours read. Feel like I didn't really get my money's worth.

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  • Good read, too short.

    I loved the book, but it left me wanting more. I did not realize the second part of the book was another story; at first I thought it may have been the back story for the book, but that of course was not the case. Enjoyed "1922", because it was historic King with all the content and gory descriptions I am familiar with.

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  • Purely King

    The first story grabbed my interest right away, the second one was all King. Have not read one of his stories in a long time because i thought a little formula was developing. Thanks for a good read that at times kept me from thinking about my very sore back,

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  • A Good Marriage/"1922"

    Enjoyed the first story, A Good Marriage, the second however "1922" was appalling. I read a lot of stories by Steven King, so not surprised by his imagination, however this short but disgusting story is one I hope never to see again, as it carries on from the first story, I cannot trash it, if I could I would. This is not anything I would recommend to anyone . If I had known I would not even have started it, I certainly did not finish.

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