Posted by siewfun | Posted in Review | Posted on 03-09-2012
AN official proclamation that will probably surprise absolutely nobody: Stephen King can write anything!
Whether it is apocalyptic thrillers (The Stand), human drama (Dolores Clairborne, Rita Hayworth And The Shawshank Redemption), or just outright horror (It, Thinner, Christine, etc), his stories never fail to enchant, holding the reader’s attention from their first pages until their conclusion.
In his latest work, The Wind Through The Keyhole, the Maine-based master of storytelling works his magic touch on an unusual genre: fairytales! And he does a spectacular job, weaving a wonderfully imaginative narrative that both mesmerises and delights.
Read the rest of the review here.
Posted by siewfun | Posted in Review | Posted on 20-12-2011
November 22, 1963 is the date when John Fitzgerald Kennedy was shot. When Jake Epping meets Al Templeton, the owner of a diner who happens to have a portal that allows one to travel back in time, he starts toying with the idea of saving the president. Like any other King’s book, you would be missing lunch, dinner and maybe sleep too as you might find it hard to stop once you start reading.
Posted by siewfun | Posted in Review | Posted on 23-02-2011
All of us has a stranger within us. One that threatens to break free when we’re pushed to the brink and confronted with the unexpected. The latest offering from the king of horror are four stories about what happens when that stanger is let loose.
Read the short synopsis here.