Ranging across the whole spectrum of horror in popular culture from the seminal classics of "Count Dracula" and "Frankenstein", Stephen King describes his ideas on how horror works on many levels and how he brings it to bear on his own inimitable novels. Told in the chatty, intelligent style of the course for which this was originally devised, this is a charming book replete with pertinent anecdote and observation.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mccin68 - LibraryThing
Although I love Stephen King and wanted to hear his insights into the horror found in our pop culture, I was disappointed. The references ramble a bit, in his fiction it seems to have a conversational ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ElizaJane - LibraryThing
I'm re-reading Stephen King's books in chronological order and this was the next book in line. I can now tell exactly how old I was when I originally read his books because this was the first one I ... Read full review