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New book review posted on Goodreads!
This time I've read Attila Veres' "The Black Maybe" - a collection of (mainly) Lovecraftian horror stories taking place in the kind of Hungary one would like to stay out of. Overall great stuff! https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/6277278321

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Over the past couple of years I've been rereading the Stephen King novels I read and loved during my teen years, to see if I still feel the same about them. So far, I've read 12 books, out of which I really liked three. Another three were pretty bad (but still ok) and six were pretty much standard class horror/suspense novels.

My three top King novels so far are "Misery", "Cujo" and "Skeleton Crew" (with "The Mist" as it's stand out masterpiece).

What Stephen King novels would you pick for your top three?

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“Skeleton Crew” is so good, and contains “The Jaunt” which may be my favorite thing King has ever written. That would be in my top 3 along with “The Stand” and “IT”, just based on my memories of having read them in the 80’s. Although, I really enjoyed “On Writing”, even though I’m not a writer so I’d give that an honorable mention.
@Todd Hensley "On Writing" is absolutely enjoyable, even if one's not a writer or aspiring to be one. I regard it as more of a memoir, actually.

 

Kvällens recension: "Tvekampen" av David Morrell. (Kanske mest känd som boken bakom actionrullen "First Blood" med Sylvester Stallone...)

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