Man With a Belly * Stephen King

John Bracken sat on the park bench and waited to make his hit. The bench was one of the many on the outskirts of James Memorial Park, which borders the south side of Hammond Street. In the daytime the park is overrun by kids, mother wheeling prams, and old men with bags of crumbs forContinue reading “Man With a Belly * Stephen King”

Six Stories * Stephen King Book Review

Six Stories is a short story collection by Stephen King, published in 1997. It is limited to 1100 copies, which are signed and numbered. Six Stories contains: “Lunch at the Gotham Cafe” (later published as part of Everything’s Eventual, slightly revised) “L. T.’s Theory of Pets” (later published as part of Everything’s Eventual) “Luckey Quarter” (later published as part of Everything’s Eventual) “Autopsy RoomContinue reading “Six Stories * Stephen King Book Review”

Stephen King – The Institute (2019)

I was SO thrilled to find a new book by Stephen King while randomly browsing for first signed editions. I immediately purchased it and I must say, after reading it, I was in awe. While I’ve never been fond of the Detective Hodges series, I love the short stories and the big books that Mr.Continue reading “Stephen King – The Institute (2019)”

IT Chapter 2 (Double Bill) – Or how fake blood business is booming!

“Swear to me swear to me that if it isn’t dead you’ll all come back.” I was terribly excited to see the release of IT Chapter 2. So excited that last night, from 7PM until 1AM (about 5.5h) I sat down in a very comfortable chair watching the IMAX release of IT Chapter 2 precededContinue reading “IT Chapter 2 (Double Bill) – Or how fake blood business is booming!”

The Dark Tower – The Wolves of Calla (Stephen King)

Things always look clearer when we see them over our shoulder, don’t they? I read this book ages ago and I thought it was fun and action filled and while I was in the search of the full Dark Tower, I didn’t stop enough to admire the way it was written and how much itContinue reading “The Dark Tower – The Wolves of Calla (Stephen King)”