Nightmares Dreamscapes Author:Stephen King Twenty superlative stories that take King's millions of fans where they never dreamed of going before. Included, too, are a telescript that made home screen history, a startling poem, and an essay that Stephen King regards as his best nonfiction writing.
A solitary finger pokes out of a drain. Novelty teeth turn predetory. Flies settle and die on an old pair of sneakers in New York and the Nevada desert swallows a Cadillac. Meanwhile, the legend of Castle Rock returns...a collection of 23 Stephen King Stories.
Quite a few good tales in this collection, including those upon which the recent Nightmares & Dreamscapes TV series was based. Includes both the excellent non-fiction baseball piece "Head Down" and the poem "Brooklyn August" which I've read first appeared in a big-league baseball program.
Another good group of King's stories. His introductions and conclusions are really insightful. I have favorite stories, and stories I couldn't wait to get through. I'm sure you will too. King is detail HEAVY, and I wonder if I don't like that style anymore. I have a "just get to the point" feeling sometimes lol...