Editorial Reviews. piccologellia.info Review. Amazon Best Books of the Month, November Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. four “disturbing, fascinating” (The Washington Post) novellas—including the story “,” a Netflix original film—that explore the dark side of human nature. Full Dark, No Stars, published in November , is a collection of four novellas by the author Stephen King, all dealing with the theme of retribution. One of the.
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Email this Article. Full Dark, No Stars. Full Dark, No Stars First edition cover. The Washington Post. Works of Stephen King. Mercedes Revival Finders Keepers My Life at Rose Red. Andy Weir. The Heart Goes Last. Margaret Atwood.
Natchez Burning. Greg Iles. Bird Box.
Josh Malerman. The Silent Girls.
Eric Rickstad. Go Set a Watchman. Harper Lee. The Stand. The Institute. September The Outsider. Pet Sematary. Gwendy's Button Box. A Good Marriage. The Dark Tower I.
The Shining. Sleeping Beauties.
The Dark Tower IV. Doctor Sleep. The Dead Zone. The Dark Tower V. The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. Duma Key. The Eyes of the Dragon. End of Watch. Skeleton Crew. The Running Man.
Under the Dome. The Dark Tower II. In the Tall Grass.
Finders Keepers. The Talisman. Night Shift. Black House. John Joseph Adams. The Long Walk. On Writing. Dolores Claiborne. Needful Things. The Regulators. The Colorado Kid. Bag of Bones.
Children of the Corn. Different Seasons. The Sun Dog. Hearts In Atlantis. Big Driver. Rose Madder. The Living Dead.
Four Past Midnight. A Face in the Crowd. Lisey's Story.
The Wind Through the Keyhole. Mile Blockade Billy. The Dark Tower VI. Riding the Bullet. The Green Mile. And while we might do as the characters did, the suspense is in the uncertainty. Amand, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. If anything, they're better, deepened by his maturity. Full Dark, No Stars, the latest offering from one of our great masters of popular fiction, is a prime example… All of these stories are a kind of tribute to some aspect of our culture, a dark snippet of something we've all thought about, but likely never lived… King's knack for storytelling is alive even amid these apparently predictable scenarios.
Each of the stories finds a way to be surprising, even shocking. Each of them has something new to offer beyond the subgenres they appear to inhabit. All are woven together by tight, honest prose that is the stuff of great short fiction. Yes, King has written novels so thick that teams of oxen are needed pull them off the shelf, but he's also a master of briefer forms, and not a word is wasted here. Full Dark, No Stars is proof that King has not yet faded into the great literary beyond.
He's still a great storyteller, and still a great read.
The stories in Full Dark, No Stars are for the most part only slightly supernatural and deal, instead, with the unlovelier aspects of merely human behavior Returning to the novella—possibly his brightest canvas—King provides four raw looks at the limits of greed, revenge, and self-deception…Rarely has King gone this dark, but to say there are no stars here is crazy.