Stephen King med en kortnovelle, som absolutt boer leses, jeg likte den
Dean Evers , en eldre enkemann , sitter foran fjernsynet med ingenting bedre å gjøre enn å kaste bort sine gjenvaerende kvelder og ser baseball. Det er Rays / Mariners , og David Price er del av line- up . Plutselig , i et sete noen rader opp over dugout , ser Evers noen fra tiår tidligere , noen som ikke bør være på denne ballgame, ikke bør være på planeten. Og så begynner en parade av mennesker fra Evers fortid , alle av dem opptar det setet bak home plate . Inntil en dag Dean Evers ser noe enda merkeligere
Min mening: Jeg likte denne novellen, der en eldre mann sitter foran TV og plutselig ser livet passere revy, Jeg klinker til med en 5 paa terningen for denne. Stephen King er alltid bra, og mange ganger den beste
Stephen King har hauevis av boeker ute, noen ikke saa bra, noen bra, mange gode, og mangen knallgode, har du ikke lest King enda ? Han er regnet som mesteren i Horror genren.
At the risk of stating the obvious, few authors past or present have achieved the level of success experienced by Stephen King. But then again, few authors are as prolific as Stephen King. With over 350 million copies of more than 70 titles sold worldwide, many adapted to film, television, and even broadway musicals and comic books, King’s impact on popular culture is irrefutable.
Launching his career with the 1974 publication of his debut novel, the horror classic Carrie, King has released at least one book every year since - frequently more than one, sometimes as many as three or four in a single year, under both his own name and his pen name, Richard Bachman. He has kept up this pace in spite of threatening to stop or slow down after being struck by a car and seriously injured in 1999.
Even among those who don't consider themselves fans of either the horror genre in general or Stephen King specifically, it's difficult to find an avid reader who hasn't read at least one Stephen King book. Noted as much for his ability to create fully developed, complex characters as his ability to masterfully foster suspension of disbelief and scare people silly, King's appeal crosses all genre boundaries, sending his books to the top of the bestseller lists more often than not.
In addition to being highly readable, Stephen King's books can also be highly collectible. First editions can often fetch hundreds or thousands of dollars. King has also frequently teamed up with independent publishing houses to create beautiful - and expensive - limited editions of some of his most popular titles, sometimes illustrated and often signed by the author. Look for editions published by Cemetery Dance, Lord John Press, Philtrum Press, Phantasia Press, Mark V. Ziesing Books, and, aptly, Scream Press.