The latest King novel is a masterful hommage to the writers that have inspired him.
Combining the King magic touch of relateable reality infested by unnatural fears, with the lifegiving electricity of Mary Shelley, the grotesque monstrosities of Lovecraft, and themes, quotes and details from all of the icons of the horror genre.
As creepy as Pet Sematary and impossible to put down until the end, this is one of his very best novels IMO.
Length of Read:Medium
Might appeal to people who enjoyed…
Pet Sematary, The Dead Zone, and the classics of early horror.
Horror fans who enjoys spotting references and feeling clever.
One thing you’ve learned
Beware of electricity.