Night Shift by Stephen King

Review of Night Shift by Stephen King:

Night Shift by Stephen King is his first collection of short stories, published in 1978. This book contains many stories that went on to become either novels or movies: Jerusalem’s Lot became ‘Salem’s Lot (both a movie and it’s own book), Trucks became Maximum Overdrive, and Children of the Corn became a movie by the same name. While some of these stories are much shorter than others, each one is a complete story that leaves you feeling the creepy-crawlies. I enjoyed reading them and some even left me having to get up and walk away before reading the next story as they were very unnerving. Overall, this is an excellent collection of short stories meant to give you chills and possibly keep a night light on when you go to bed.

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About Samantha C. Fischer

Samantha C. Fischer lives in Virginia with her daughter. She spends her days working a ‘real job’ and her nights and weekends trying to juggle spending time with family, reading, and writing book reviews. Her interests and passions include all things pagan, any book with a good story line that draws you in, and nature. Samantha graduated from American Public University with a Bachelor’s in English.

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