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eBook Nouvelles/Short Stories ePub

by Stephen King

  • ISBN: 2266029231
  • Category: Foreign Language Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Stephen King
  • Language: French
  • Publisher: Pocket; française - English edition (1990)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1684 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1187 kb
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Nouvelles/Short Stories book.

Nouvelles/Short Stories book.

Stephen King, one of the most established authors in the world today, is by no means an unfamiliar author, maybe .

Stephen King, one of the most established authors in the world today, is by no means an unfamiliar author, maybe unfavoured in terms of writing style for some, but definitely not in terms of fame. A person who champions reading as a prerequisite to better writing, he writes 2,000 words a day and has sold more than 350 million copies, many of which have been adapted to various film types. Additionally, N. is a multi-part graphic video series, viewable from Youtube, so put on your headphones and enjoy the experience.

New to Pocket Books' Stephen King backlist-the short story collection containing the story "Dolan's Cadillac .

New to Pocket Books' Stephen King backlist-the short story collection containing the story "Dolan's Cadillac," soon to be released as a feature film starring Christian Slater and Wes Bentley

Do you keep wishing that Stephen King’s short stories would last just a little longer? Rejoice: here’s another collection of novellas! Unlike Different Seasons, this book stays true to King’s quintessential flare for supernatural horror - also blending in elements of psychological an. .

Do you keep wishing that Stephen King’s short stories would last just a little longer? Rejoice: here’s another collection of novellas! Unlike Different Seasons, this book stays true to King’s quintessential flare for supernatural horror - also blending in elements of psychological and cosmic horror.

Night Shift Arbor House Celebrity Book of Horror Stories Demons The 21st Pan Book of Horror Stories. Nightmares & Dreamscapes The Evil Image: Two Centuries of Gothic Short Fiction and Poetry Nightmares. Mile 81. The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. Skeleton Crew Terrors.

120 Stephen King short stories, and then some. Stephen King, who is as well known for his prodigiously prolific output of fiction as he is for his finely crafted horror, has written over 120 short stories in his career (so far). Many of which have been captured in 11 anthologies of short fiction spanning 1978 to 2015.

Stephen King Short Stories. A new short story collection by Stephen King is one of the few literary events I truly look forward too, and I was glad to get an early look at this new book. The Bazaar of Bad Dreams: Stories. Short stories by Stephen King? Count me in! A strong collection of the darkness of the could-be-real" - by Nathan Webster.

This is a list of short fiction by Stephen King (b. 1947). This includes short stories, novelettes, and novellas, as well as poems. It is arranged chronologically by first publication. Major revisions of previously published pieces are also noted

This is a list of short fiction by Stephen King (b. Major revisions of previously published pieces are also noted. However, all the known published pieces of short fiction are tabulated below. In all, 208 works are listed.

Stephen King is at his best when he's writing from the perspective of children. The fact that Stephen King can take an idea like this one and turn it into a very readable short story is a testament to his writing ability. 10. The House on Maple Street

Stephen King is at his best when he's writing from the perspective of children. Somehow he's got a real knack for capturing the fears that everyone has when they're growing up, and Gramma is the perfect example of this. The story is genuinely unnerving, and the character of George's grandmother is nightmarishly well-drawn. The House on Maple Street.

Night Shift Stephen King Steven King Stephen King Books The Dark Tower King Art Sci Fi Horror Black . Short Stories Book Lovers Book Nerd. Nona - An aimless hitchhiker, a beauty named Nona and a frenzied murder spree.

Night Shift Stephen King Steven King Stephen King Books The Dark Tower King Art Sci Fi Horror Black White Art Macabre Short Stories. 27 Best Stephen King Short Stories and Novellas.

The Monkey / Le Singe The story centers on a cymbal-banging monkey toy that is possessed by an evil spirit. Every time the monkey claps its little cymbals together, a nearby living thing dies. The monkey is found in a family's attic in an old toy chest by a group of children, unknowing that their father was tormented by the monkey years ago, when it worked its lethal magic on his family and friends. The father takes the monkey, rows out to the deepest part of the lake, and throws it down. At the end of the story is an excerpt of a newspaper article, which talks about hundreds of dead fish floating in the lake. Mrs. Todd's Shortcut / Le Racciuri De Mme Todd. The story is detailed to a friend of Homer, an older man who likes splendid time at the gas station. The plot concerns Mrs. Todd, who is obsessed with finding shortcuts. Homer admires her persistence but begins to have doubts, as there are only so many shortcuts someone can find. Mrs. Todd's habit of resetting her odometer shows remarkable evidence that something weird is going on. He also discovers evidence that her shortcuts are using up less miles than are in a straight line from one destination to another; something that would be impossible anyway. Mrs. Todd compares the shortcuts to folding a map, suggesting she has discovered a warped version of reality, like a worm hole. Mrs. Todd finally convinces Homer to take one of the special 'shortcuts'. Homer loses his hat to the grasping arms of a tree and sees road signs and strange, unnatural animals that he cannot explain. Frightened, Homer does not wish to take any more rides. Nonetheless, Mrs. Todd is changing and growing younger with each trip she takes, and the appeal of this overwhelms Homer, despite his having found a smashed, horrifying rodent-like creature on the grill of her car. She brushes this off, seeing the creature as an unfortunate yet normal animal.