Stephen King | pub: April 2020 | 448 pp
Im on a bit of a short good run with King, claiming he was ‘back’, at least with me, after reading The Institute. That good read lead me to listing this book and The Outsider on my tbr. I know exactly when I loaded it on my kindle, needing…desperately wanting, something that would quickly engulf me while standing in line to early vote, in November. Thankfully, I was not disappointed. (In the book or voting😜)
The book is a collection of longish, short stories with very little in common besides the overwhelming creepiness of each.
Mr. Harrigans Phone: A young man looses a close mentor to death, or so he thinks. The young man calls his mentors phone to hear his voice and maybe talk to him on the message. Of course assuming the messages goes no where and eventually, the…
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