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Night Shift by Stephen King
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Aug 02, 11

From start to finish this collection intrigued and excited my imagination... the drawngs I created from it were exciting and highly defined and felt as though they were in a continuous flow. Truth be told though, I only enjoyed about 2/3rds of the text. A couple of the stories were bland, while the highlights had great impact. The narrative flow got more engaging by the end of Night Shift.

Lawnmower man had a nice touch about morals. I am the Doorway was very fast paced and inspiring for its sci-fi twist of man becomes monster and the power of grand illusion.

Unlike the last book I read by Stephen King, this one kept my mind on the story... there weren't two many distractions... and than I was able to read the whole book in such a short time without trying to do just that.

His books and stories from the seventies seem to be what I enjoy about his work. Haven't really touched on his writings from the eighties yet.

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