Night Shift by Stephen King

Night Shift

By Stephen King

  • Publication Date: 1993-10-01
  • Genre: Horror
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 159 Ratings)

Book Overview

More than twenty-five stories of horror and nightmarish fantasy transform everyday situations into experiences of compelling terror in the worlds of the living, the dying, and the nonliving.

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Recent Reviews

  • It changed my life

    5
    By Sexi karamel
    I was 11 years old when I first read this book given to me by my 31 years old brother. It is from the completion of this book, I decided to become a writer. I wanted to read everything in site. Till this day, Stephen King remains one of my top 5 authors. His writing skills are like no other! Read this Book!
  • Amazing!

    5
    By Robby2626362272662
    I read one story before I went to bed. What do you know? A Nightmare. This book will give you chills! Highly recommend you buy it!
  • A great book

    5
    By Jaysinlsavage
    The stories in this book are all amazing, but Jerusalem's Lot! Is in my opinion one of the best short stories ever! A masterpiece in horror. I will never get those visions from that story out of my head, and it even drove me to become a writer myself. Stephen King is a legend in our time. We are blessed to have his imagination at our fingertips.
  • Great Stories

    4
    By Listening in Appleton
    I love his ability to pull you in quickly. All these stories are great and fun to read
  • Night shift

    5
    By Fantasy Doctor
    This a great one for people new to Stephen King. This was my first book I read of his and I loved it. He is such a great writer. After you read a few of the stories, I bet you will be dreaming about the stories when you are asleep. Enjoy, I know I did!
  • Classic

    5
    By kanyerulz
    This collection originally came out in the early 80s and scared the bejesus out of an 11 year old with an overactive imagination. It still works on me some 30 odd years later.

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