Book Reviews of Night Shift

Night Shift
Night Shift
Author: Stephen King
ISBN-13: 9780451170118
ISBN-10: 0451170113
Publication Date: 2/1/1979
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 210 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
I'm a King fan and this collection of stories does not disappoint. The level of creativity that this man taps into is unmatched in the literary world. There's not a dud in this collection. I've added it to my library along with all my other King books. Get this one, hang on to it, reread it often.
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I like Stephen King, but this just wasn't my type of book.
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Another great book by a great author!
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A compilation of short stories by Stephen King, including Jerusalem's Lot, Children of the Corn, and The Boogeyman. A great book for people with short spurts of time to read - each story is a page-turner that you won't want to put down; and yet each story doesn't take long to read!
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I love this collection of short stories, scary!
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FYI this is an older edition...before King's books were produced with the type of cover common today. Good collection of his short stories if you want an intro to his work.
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I enjoy vintage Stephen King, when his stories were pure macabre fun and he didn't have literary airs.
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Good book containing 21 stories. Many of these stories have been made into good movies.
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Great stories to read before bed.
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Im a huge King fan and have nearly everything hes written to date. I am a collector of his books, and at times I come across doubles as I have with this one. The only reason I'm letting this one go is because I have two.

This is my favorite short story collection. He is truly a master story teller. This is classic King at his best. Of course he's always at his best. :)
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who doesn't love Stephen King?