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Nightmares and Dreamscapes

ebook / ISBN-13: 9781848940741

Price: £10.99

ON SALE: 22nd March 2010

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

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A ‘bumper collection of short stories’ (Sunday Telegraph} from the No. 1 bestselling master of the form, now with a stunning new cover look.

The Stephen King Amusement Park – an unnerving experience, with rides every which way to hell . . . and a few to glory.

A solitary finger pokes out of a drain. Novelty teeth turn predatory. The Nevada desert swallows a Cadillac. Meanwhile, the legend of Castle Rock returns . . . and grows on you. What does it all mean? What else could it mean? Stephen King is here with a powerful collection of stories – a vast, many-chambered cave of a volume.

The long reach of Stephen King’s imagination will take you on a roller coaster to places you’ve never been before. You will lose sleep. But Stephen King, writing to beat the devil, will do your dreaming for you.

Stories include:
-Dolan’s Cadillac
-The End of the Whole Mess
-Suffer the Little Children
-The Night Flier
-Popsy
-It Grows on You
-Chattery Teeth
-Dedication
-The Moving Finger
-Sneakers
-You Know They Got a Hell of a Band
-Home Delivery
-Rainy Season
-My Pretty Pony
-Sorry, Right Number
-The Ten O’Clock People
-Crouch End
-The House on Maple Street
-The Fifth Quarter
-The Doctor’s Case
-Umney’s Last Case
-Head Down
-Brooklyn August

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Reviews

A bumper collection of short stories...You can't help admiring King's narrative skills and his versatility as a story-teller
<i>Sunday Telegraph</i>
Merely by tickling the keys on his word processor King can make flesh creep half a world away. But where he differs from so many chill merchants is that his horror is rarely gratuitous and often informed with a wry humour
<i>The Times</i>