The Bazaar of Bad Dreams: Stories by Stephen King

The Bazaar of Bad Dreams: Stories by Stephen King

The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King

THE BAZAAR OF BAD DREAMS provides a tasty platter, like Stephen King’s other short story collections, showing the master’s cluster of talents.”

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BAD DREAMs is a power pack of 20 stories of horror from the modern author Stephen King.For readers, the author has given a backstory or a note for each plot,that engaging readers memory to stay connected with that particular story’s birth.As his writing style the author added sense of humor with the scary stuff in his “THE BAZAAR OF BAD DREAMS”.Authors short works always inspired filmmakers ,readers,writers for more than 40 years.This collection also continues his tradition .Short stories and poems will thrill the readers with scary plots. Stephen King has created something new and rare without any weakspots.The last story of the collection, ‘Summer Thunder,’ takes the reader through the last days of two survivors of a worldwide nuclear holocaust… the last lines of the story are the most emotional and powerful sentences.Whenever Stephen King committed to paper — will leave readers emotionally connected,howling,elevated and satisfied.Bad Dreams provide readers united reading experience filled with anticipation, sadness and a search for answers to life’s unanswerable questions. While these stories may implore up a few hallucination.It will also satisfy,inspire and entertain readers who are willing to make journey.Each story is very fascinating and compelling and every reader has his own list of favourite stories from this collection.

Views by Michael Berry, The Portland Press Herald

“Stephen King taps economic uncertainty and his own deep well of creativity to create 20 unsettling stories…It may be seven more years before King delivers another collection such as this one. Depending on how ordinary people continue to fare in the face of harsh reality, his topics of concern may shift in the meantime, as may those of his audience. Readers can be thankful, however, that he’s still out there pitching stories with all the craft and guile he can muster.”

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