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  • Hmm.. I wonder if this crazy idea will actually work...

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Hidayah's Book Club


Just after Sunset by Stephen King

 Basic book description

A collection of horror short stories including:

  • Willa- A man finds himself in a train station after an apparent wreck with a few of the other passengers. Unable to locate his fiancee, Willa, he decides to set out to a nearby town, where he knows she would go to find her.
  • The Gingerbread Girl- After her only daughter Amy suffers a crib death, Emily takes up running as a way to deal with her pain. One day, she runs straight into a nightmare.
  • Harvey's Dream-  A middle aged married couple in a dysfunctional relationship have a conversation over breakfast about a dream from which the husband, Harvey, has awoken screaming. (source)

My review (on Visual Bookshelf)

Was so disappointed with this book. The stories were not very gripping or interesting, although some were a bit better than others. I think I preferred the "4 minutes after midnight" collection. All I can say is... I can't wait to start my next book. 1.5/5

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