-“Paranoid: A Chant” There are some things in attics that are better left alone - things like "The Monkey".

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Length: 22 hrs and 29 mins.

All of them are good but the ones listed below are my favorite. I don't think so. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 8, 2020. I was really impressed with Beachworld.

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The short story Gramma had notably cheesy music with it, which reminded me of an 80's B horror film.

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A woman driving a Jaguar finds a scary shortcut to paradise. -“The Jaunt”

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Skeleton Crew (strangely there is no story in this collection that is called Skeleton Crew!)

King is best known for his iconic, immersive long novels, but he is also a master of the short story, and this is a magnificent collection.

Whatever one may say about Steven King's uneven writing from book to book, he is arguable better at the short story format than almost anyone writing today. -“Here There Be Tygers” Short story collection containing the following stories: Copyright LibraryThing and/or members of LibraryThing, authors, publishers, libraries, cover designers, Amazon, Bol, Bruna, etc.

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“The Mist” was also a standout (I think it was narrated by Will Patton).

Although some of the tales here are as old as King's first novels, the collection is a vast one with well over twenty stories, forming a heavy tome well worth the couple of quid you can get it for now. James Woods, The Monkey has its moments and I’ve always loved the idea behind Mrs. Todd’s Shortcut.

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I don't remember a lot about this one, beyond the fact that I definitely read it as a teenager.

Trucks that punish and beautiful teen demons who seduce a young man to massacre; curses whose malevolence grows through the years; obscene presences and angels of grace - here, indeed, is a night-blooming bouquet of chills and thrills.

The stories vary greatly also in style and content.

What a fantastic group of narrators!

From the gruesome novella The Mist to the heartrending treatise on death and home, The Reach, it's all good.

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The stories are original, often shocking and written with an expertise that makes them so damned entertaining.

I love a great collection of shorts because it gives the reader a great sampling of the writer’s strengths (not that Stephen King needs anyone’s approval at this point, lol).

Another great collection of stories.

-“The Man Who Would Not Shake Hands” The most sublime woman driver on earth offers a man "Mrs. Todd's Shortcut" to paradise.

As I have said before, I am an avid reader of all things paranormal and macabre.

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-“The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet”

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-“Morning Deliveries (Milkman No. The best of them have teeth.

The best narration, in my opinion, was Michael C. Hall (Dexter) reading The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet. Brooke Bloom,

King is also noted for his ability to spin a good yarn in the short story genre. $14.95 a month after 30 day trial. There are some things in attics that are better left alone - things like "The Monkey". -“Mrs.

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I wish he could have narrated the Dexter novels, but since the Showtime series was a little bit different, I guess it's appropriate someone else narrated those, but I digress.

Frank Muller, Narrated by: King broaches some sci-fi in The Jaunt and Beachworld, both with strong elements of horror.

It is a place, though, where the seams between worlds are thin.

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But this collection did not impress me.

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-“Uncle Otto’s Truck”

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Maybe it's because it was the first set of his short stories I read, or maybe because it's from what I call his 'riding the crest' phase between '85 and '89 - where we would get Pet Semetary, Thinner, Eyes of the Dragon, The Gunslinger, Misery, the complete and uncut version of The Stand, and of course his Magnus opus, IT - but I think this collection is all killer, no filler.

You’ll mainly read it for “The Mist,” but the other tales are equally winning and haunting.

Todd’s Shortcut”—set in the fictional town of Castle Rock, Maine The narrators are really good and they put a lot in to it!

-“Gramma”

Todd’s Shortcut” These stories are older than The Bazaar of Bad Dreams and the collection as a whole is not as good.

Four gripping novellas tied together by the changing of seasons. Bring your club to Amazon Book Clubs, start a new book club and invite your friends to join, or find a club that’s right for you for free.

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-“The Reach”

“Wildly imaginative, delightfully diabolical…King once again proves to be the consummate storyteller” (The Associated Press). I've always enjoyed Stephen King's short stories as well as his novels.

I base my opinions off of their ability to take hold of my imagination, as I have an expansive imagination, and when reading, it is like watching a movie.

I’d say 1/2 the stories were good, a few were great and the rest were ‘meh’.

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A Big Bad Boo for Skeleton Crew.

Ben Mears has returned to Jerusalem's Lot in the hopes that living in an old mansion, long the subject of town lore, will help him cast out his own devils and provide inspiration for his new book.