Night Shift

Night Shift

eBook - 1978
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Random House, Inc.
More than twenty-five stories of horror and nightmarish fantasy transform everyday situations into experiences of compelling terror in the worlds of the living, the dying, and the nonliving.

Baker & Taylor
A spine-tingling anthology of twenty tales from the master of horror includes "The Lawnmower Man," "Children of the Corn," and "Graveyard Shift," about the loathsome creatures living beneath an old city building. Reissue.

Publisher: New York : Doubleday, c1978
ISBN: 9780385528849
0385528841
Branch Call Number: E-Book
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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c67macdonald
Jul 13, 2016

Excellent read, true King horror and suspense.!

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Bearskito
Aug 24, 2014

Overall, Night Shift was very good. I found a large amount of the stories scarier that both of Stephen King's full-length novels I've read so far (Carrie and the Dead Zone). Some of the stories were better than others. Jerusalem's Lot is a H.P. Lovecraft homage, despite sharing a setting with 'Salem's Lot, which it also shares with One For The Road, which is set after 'Salem's Lot. Night Surf is set in the same post-apocalyptic world as The Stand. The other 17 stories are all standalone. Jerusalem's Lot, The Boogeyman, Gray Matter, Trucks, Quitters Inc, and Children of the Corn were my personal favorites. Night Shift is defiantly worth reading if you're a fan of Stephen King or horror fiction in general.

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loudem
Jul 21, 2011

Full of imaginative ideas. Maybe too much for just one book. The author is so resourceful that you wonder where he gets his ideas and when does he have the time to write it all. It just blows me away.

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