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Stephen King offers his reflections on horror in films, television and books, ranging from the classics to contemporary tales of the macabre. He shows how the genre works, explains its roots and relationships with society, and describes how he brings horror to bear in his own novels.
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The indisputable king of horror (TIME)
One of the few horror writers who can truly make the flesh creep (SUNDAY EXPRESS)
*Unique combination of fantasy and autobiography by the world's premier writer of horror fiction.
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Book Description Macdonald Futura Publishers, London, United Kingdom, 1981. Trade Paperback. Condition: Very Good+. No Jacket. First Edition, First Printing. The book is very good+ with slight edge and a light reading crease at spine edge. Seller Inventory # 001927
Book Description Macdonald Futura Publications, London, 1981. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Macdonald Futura Publications, London 1981, Trade Paperback, First UK edition of King's classic look at horror in all it's literary and film incarnations. Book condition: previous owner's ink initials on the ffep - small and neat; ding at the reartop corner which effects a number of pages but is small; rear cover has also some edgewear, a number of pin point dots which look like a printing issue (?), and also some surface scratches - might be dotting with a pen (?). other than the rear, the book is lovely, unread, tight and Near new.with issues it's listed as Near Fine minus. Seller Inventory # 000547