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Gallery Books
400 pages
Product Description
FULL DARK, NO STARS<BR><BR>Four new, unforgettable short works from the #1 internationally bestselling author . . . “Four raw looks at the limits of greed, revenge, and self-deception” (<I>Booklist, </I>starred review) from the greatest storyteller of our time.
Gallery Books
400 pages Review
<strong>Amazon Best Books of the Month, November 2010</strong>: When a master of horror and heebie-jeebies like Stephen King calls his book <i>Full Dark, No Stars</i>, you know you’re in for a treat--that is, if your idea of a good time is spent curled up in a ball wondering why-oh-why you started reading after dark. King fans (and those who have always wanted to give him a shot) will devour this collection of campfire tales where marriages sway under the weight of pitch-black secrets, greed and guilt poison and fester, and the only thing you can count on is that "there are always worse things waiting." <i>Full Dark, No Stars</i> features four one-sitting yarns showcasing King at his gritty, gruesome, giddy best, so be sure to check under the bed before getting started. <i>--Daphne Durham</i> <br /><br /> <hr class="bucketDivider" size="1" /> <br /> <B class="h1">Amazon Exclusive: Justin Cronin, Suzanne Collins, Margaret Atwood, and T.C. Boyle Review Stephen King's <i>Full Dark, No Stars</i></B> <br /><br /> <p><table width="100%" border="1" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1"> <tr align="center" valign="top" class="tiny"> <td width="25%"> <img src="" border="0"></td> <td width="25%"> <img src="" border="0"></td> <td width="25%"> <img src="" border="0"> </td> <td width="25%"> <img src="" border="0"></td> </tr> <tr align="center" valign="top" class="tiny"> <td width="25%">"King is Poe's modern heir, and no writer has a richer sense of the dark rooms in the human psyche and fiction's singular power to capture them." <br /><br />Read more of Justin Cronin's <br>review of "1922"</td> <td width="25%">"Fast-paced and beautifully plotted, 'Big Driver' pulls you into Tess's fragmented mind and holds you hostage until the story concludes." <br /><br />Read more of Suzanne Collins's <br>review of "Big Driver"</td> <td width="25%">"It wouldn't be Stephen King if somebody's messily bleeding neck did not sprout a huge white knob. As it were." <br /><br /><br />Read more of Margaret Atwood's review <br>of "A Good Marriage"</td> <td width="25%">"[King's] very ordinary-looking devil has no use for human souls, which, in these enervated times, 'have become poor and transparent things.'" <br /><br />Read more of T.C. Boyle's review <br>of "Fair Extension"</td> </tr></table> <br /> <hr class="bucketDivider" size="1" />