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Review: Night Shift

User Review  - David Wallace Fleming - Goodreads

This might sound a little strange but I think that this collection is a work of art. I'd put this right up alongside Chekhov and Poe. If you ever wondered why people make such a big deal out of ... Read full review

Review: Night Shift

User Review  - Sumit Singla - Goodreads

Argh, it is 12 am And I just finished (re)reading this collection of some terrifying tales by the King of horror. No rest for the wicked, you might say. But sadly, sleep is the furthest thing from my ... Read full review

Review: Night Shift

User Review  - Nandakishore Varma - Goodreads

Usually short-story collections, especially by the same author, always tend to garner a three from me: because they are almost always a mix of the good, the bad and the indifferent, and follows the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Josiah - Goodreads

*Reread December 2012* Jerusalem's Lot - 3/5 Very eerie and spooky, a prequel to Salems' Lot which I haven't read, so perhaps that is why I do not like it so much Graveyard Shift - 5/5. Everyone has a ... Read full review

Review: Night Shift

User Review  - Adriana - Goodreads

Note to self: do not read ANYTHING written by Stephen King after dark. Nothing. Not even if it happens to be comedy, or non-fiction, or freaking poetry. Haven't you been traumatized enough? You can't ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary JL - Goodreads

If by any remote chance, someone has not read any Stephen King books--I know, really unlikely---this collection is a good place to start. His novels, especially the later ones, tend to be quite long ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anthony - Goodreads

There are certain horror authors whose work you expect to feel like it is from a different time ... because it is. Whether it's Stoker, Poe and Hawthorne (1800s), or even Lovecraft (early 1900s), you ... Read full review

Review: Night Shift

User Review  - Lena - Goodreads

I read this book when I was like nine, so the details of the individual stories are a little fuzzy. Thirty years later, however, I am still creeped out by vague, haunting memories of one tale ... Read full review


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