Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King 

A lovely group of chilling short stories by the horror king himself  (pun intended). This collection explores the various darker sides to the human mind and what it is actually capable of.

This version I read also has a bonus story at the end which was added a while after the first edition went out to the public.

The stories also highlight the diversity of King’s story telling capabilities seeing as he can weave a highly captivating story in just 100 or so pages and make it just a spooky as one of his books that are over 800 pages long.

I would also recommend this collection of books to a new Stephen King reader as it allows you to explore what a King book is all about without committing yourself to an epic read which you may not like, and for all King lovers anyway this is just another great book from the great man himself.


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