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CDawson
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Horrifying Short Stories

Post by CDawson » Thu Feb 18, 2016 10:53 am

I haven't finished reading any Stephen King novels. Describing himself, King said he has literary elephantiasis. I agree with him. His novels are verbose. His short stories, on the other hand, are succinct. I recommend Skeleton Crew. It is a collection of short stories. One of the stories details a man stranded on an island without food. What does he do? He succumbs to cannibalizing himself. Scary and hilarious at the same time. The story is called Survivor Type. Enjoy!
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Re: Horrifying Short Stories

Post by Krisi » Sat Mar 05, 2016 12:39 am

CDawson wrote:I haven't finished reading any Stephen King novels. Describing himself, King said he has literary elephantiasis. I agree with him. His novels are verbose. His short stories, on the other hand, are succinct. I recommend Skeleton Crew. It is a collection of short stories. One of the stories details a man stranded on an island without food. What does he do? He succumbs to cannibalizing himself. Scary and hilarious at the same time. The story is called Survivor Type. Enjoy!
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