Paperback 528 pages 😛
The Bazaar Stories of Bad Dreams, by Stephen King is a collection of short horror/science fiction stories, some with twists and turns you simply don’t see coming.
There is a treasure here for every reader like a man who keeps reliving exactly the same life, repeating his mistakes over and over again; a columnist who kills people by writing their obituaries; a poignant tale about the end of the human race and a firework competition between neighbours which reaches an explosive climax, I’m not going to go into each and every story, you can read that for yourself but a few of my favorite ones were.
* Under the weather – This one tells about the extremes a man that loves his wife will go and it’s so….. ick
* Batman & Robin have an altercation : P – I liked this because the son goes and gets his dad each week to go out to eat dinner, his dad is slowly losing his memory. They have a really nice time, but then something happens on the way back to the nursing home and it’s just so cool what the dad did when he knew his son was in trouble : )
Overall If you are a Stephen King fan then you might enjoy these short fun story’s, it might not be for everyone but it sure does make a fantastic read!
You can buy yours here – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bazaar-Bad-Dreams-Stephen-King/dp/1473698928/ref=cm_cr-mr-title
One of the best aspects of his new collection of short stories, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, is the commentary that prefaces each one, describing the creative process through which it travelled from brain to page.