Compass Press, 1997 - Horror tales, American - 745 pages
Christine was eating into his mind, burrowing into his unconscious. "That night I had a dream, only in this one Christine was old - no, not just old; she was ancient, a terrible hulk of a car, something you'd expect to see in a Tarot pack: instead of the Hanged Man, the Death Car... The engine roared and hissed and jetted filthy blue oilsmoke." Christine, blood-red, fat and finned, was twenty. Greedy and big - there was still power in her - a malign power that corroded the mind and turned ownership into possession...
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Second time was just as good as the first time. I had forgotten some stuff in the book as I hadn't read it for years, so it was really cool to re-read it. Read full review
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Even those who are not Stephen King fans most likely know the story of Christine. The name is synonymous with a possessed evil car. Yet, like all of Stephen King’s books made into movies, the movie ... Read full review