Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

King's third collection, after Night Shift (1978) and Skeleton Crew (1985), offers 23 formerly uncollected works, with King as bizarre as ever. A handful of the stories have been rewritten or dressed up for this occasion. King's introduction (a defense against the ivory tower opinions of his critics) and endnotes mentions several sources, including The New Yorker, which printed the lengthy "Heads ... Read full review

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A collection of short stories, some are pretty darn good. This is the book that started my 'adult' hard cover collection. All I mean by that is that it is the first hard cover book that I bought as an adult. I probably bought it in 1994 so that means that I went quite a few years without reading. Now that I think about it, I did buy a few paperbacks in the previous 20 years - The Island, 9-30-55, Adolescence of P-1, etc. but no hard covers. 

Review: Nightmares And Dreamscapes (Nightmares & Dreamscapes)

User Review  - Jodi - Goodreads

I liked some of the stories, I didn't like others. They are all well written and intense but some of them creeped me out a little too much. Wonderful book though would definitely recommend. Read full review

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