In his third collection of short stories Stephen King treats us to a variety of tales--one about a man's quest for revenge against a Mafia kingpin who killed his wife, one about a man who sees a giant finger growing in his bathroom and is eventually driven to madness by his desire to eradicate it, and even a chilling tale about the end of the world. In addition to the fine short stories there is a complete one act play and a rather long piece of non-fiction that I, and even Mr. King himself, consider the best non-fiction writing of his career. A typical Stephen King collection of stories: strange, macabre and extremely well written.
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The review of this Book prepared by Bill Brumlow