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Free mobi ✓ doc If It Bleeds 1982137975 æ eyltransferservices Á [Read] ➳ If It Bleeds Author Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk From #1 New York Times bestselling author legendary storyteller and master of short fiction Stephen King comes an extraordinary collection of fouFrom #1 New York Times bestselling author legendary storyteller and master of short fiction Stephen King comes an extraordinary collection of four new and compelling novellas Mr Harrigans Phone The Life of Chuck Rat and the title storyIf It Bleedseach pulling you into intriguing and frightening places The novella is a form King has returned to over and over again in the course of his amazing career and many have been made into iconic films including The BodyStand By Me and Rita Hayworth and Shawshank RedemptionShawshank Redemption Like Four Past Midnight Different Seasons and most recently Full Dark No Stars If It Bleeds is a uniuely satisfying collection of longer short fiction by an incomparably gifted writer Disclaimer Stephen King is and has been for 30 plus years remained one of my top three writers I pre ordered this as soon as it became available devoured it in a day and would read the man's shopping list if he published it So some biais may be in play and no spoilersIf It Bleeds is a collection of four novellas I'll put it up front for me it isn't up there with Different Seasons but I enjoyed it than Four Past Midnight both previous uartetsFirst and foremost King's writing seems as effortless as always and the comfort from settling down with any new King book is one of life's pleasures for meGoing through the stories briefly Mr Harrigan's Phone is one of those King tales about a young boy on the cusp of growing up and is as much about him as it is about the hook of the tale Here that hook is a mobile phone given to an elderly wealthy and somewhat eccentric man the boy reads to It's a cross between a Twilight Zone episode and that old song Hello This is Joanie It's fun creepy and one of those King stories where no explanation or resolution is given for what occursThe Life of Chuck the most 'experimental' of the four stories a life told in reverse King explains he wrote the three acts as separate vignettes originally and then put them together It is for the most part a slice of life A 'straight' fictional narrative about an every man with a sprinkling of 'strange' over it I didn't uite get the 'strange' I'll have to admit and in his afterword King seems to say that he doesn't really expect everyone to The character descriptions are vintage King small sketches of multiple players that are fascinating to read As a bizarre reference the background coda reminded me of an '80s movie The Coca Cola Kid you're reading seeing a straight forward story then there's something much bigger at play No spoilers thoughIf It Bleeds a seuel to The Outsider and featuring Holly Gibney a character who featured in both that and the Bill Hodges story This is definitely seuel material to the former than the latter and is the right length I'm glad it appeared in this format and not a full length novel it's strong here as a novel it would have been a bit too similar to its' predecessor For those who read the Hodges series the cast will be familiar and it's nice to see the Holly character developed some she definitely deserves a novel and hopefully this is a precursor to itLastly The Rat and we're in familiar King territory a writer retreats to his dead father's cabin to try and write a book Isolated with a storm coming in and a cold or something worse coming onThere are similarities between the first and last stories both a touch of Monkey's Paw pact about them It's probably the case that both could have been written as much shorter stories in terms of the ideas behind them whereas the middle two really had to be the length they were It's not a criticism as I said up top I am happy to read as many words as King wants to write it's simply that both are ideas that are familiar to King readers in the first King's interest in writing about tech as a mcguffin he's done it with word processessors e book readers tvs and here a retro view of mobiles in the second a 'writer' story which is old stomping ground after Misery Bag of Bones Secret Windowetc but hey if I want anyone to tell me about writing it's someone who's as masterful at it as KingI didn't think there was any one story that was as stand out as some of King's best novellas such as The Body Rita Hayworth The Mist Apt Pupil or even a Dolan's Cadillac but in times of uncertainty as we have today it's good to know the uality of King's writing is as dependable as ever

If It BleedsFrom #1 New York Times bestselling author legendary storyteller and master of short fiction Stephen King comes an extraordinary collection of four new and compelling novellas Mr Harrigans Phone The Life of Chuck Rat and the title storyIf It Bleedseach pulling you into intriguing and frightening places The novella is a form King has returned to over and over again in the course of his amazing career and many have been made into iconic films including The BodyStand By Me and Rita Hayworth and Shawshank RedemptionShawshank Redemption Like Four Past Midnight Different Seasons and most recently Full Dark No Stars If It Bleeds is a uniuely satisfying collection of longer short fiction by an incomparably gifted writer Disclaimer Stephen King is and has been for 30 plus years remained one of my top three writers I pre ordered this as soon as it became available devoured it in a day and would read the man's shopping list if he published it So some biais may be in play and no spoilersIf It Bleeds is a collection of four novellas I'll put it up front for me it isn't up there with Different Seasons but I enjoyed it than Four Past Midnight both previous uartetsFirst and foremost King's writing seems as effortless as always and the comfort from settling down with any new King book is one of life's pleasures for meGoing through the stories briefly Mr Harrigan's Phone is one of those King tales about a young boy on the cusp of growing up and is as much about him as it is about the hook of the tale Here that hook is a mobile phone given to an elderly wealthy and somewhat eccentric man the boy reads to It's a cross between a Twilight Zone episode and that old song Hello This is Joanie It's fun creepy and one of those King stories where no explanation or resolution is given for what occursThe Life of Chuck the most 'experimental' of the four stories a life told in reverse King explains he wrote the three acts as separate vignettes originally and then put them together It is for the most part a slice of life A 'straight' fictional narrative about an every man with a sprinkling of 'strange' over it I didn't uite get the 'strange' I'll have to admit and in his afterword King seems to say that he doesn't really expect everyone to The character descriptions are vintage King small sketches of multiple players that are fascinating to read As a bizarre reference the background coda reminded me of an '80s movie The Coca Cola Kid you're reading seeing a straight forward story then there's something much bigger at play No spoilers thoughIf It Bleeds a seuel to The Outsider and featuring Holly Gibney a character who featured in both that and the Bill Hodges story This is definitely seuel material to the former than the latter and is the right length I'm glad it appeared in this format and not a full length novel it's strong here as a novel it would have been a bit too similar to its' predecessor For those who read the Hodges series the cast will be familiar and it's nice to see the Holly character developed some she definitely deserves a novel and hopefully this is a precursor to itLastly The Rat and we're in familiar King territory a writer retreats to his dead father's cabin to try and write a book Isolated with a storm coming in and a cold or something worse coming onThere are similarities between the first and last stories both a touch of Monkey's Paw pact about them It's probably the case that both could have been written as much shorter stories in terms of the ideas behind them whereas the middle two really had to be the length they were It's not a criticism as I said up top I am happy to read as many words as King wants to write it's simply that both are ideas that are familiar to King readers in the first King's interest in writing about tech as a mcguffin he's done it with word processessors e book readers tvs and here a retro view of mobiles in the second a 'writer' story which is old stomping ground after Misery Bag of Bones Secret Windowetc but hey if I want anyone to tell me about writing it's someone who's as masterful at it as KingI didn't think there was any one story that was as stand out as some of King's best novellas such as The Body Rita Hayworth The Mist Apt Pupil or even a Dolan's Cadillac but in times of uncertainty as we have today it's good to know the uality of King's writing is as dependable as ever

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If It Bleeds á From #1 New York Times bestselling author legendary storyteller and master of short fiction Stephen King comes an extraordinary collection of four new and compelling novellas Mr Harrigans Phone The Life of Chuck Rat and the title storyIf It Bleedseach pulling you into intriguing and frightening places The novella is a form King has returned to over and over again in the course of his amazing career and many have been made into iconic films including The BodyStand By Me and Rita Hayworth and Shawshank RedemptionShawshank Redemption Like Four Past Midnight Different Seasons and most recently Full Dark No Stars If It Bleeds is a uniuely satisfying collection of longer short fiction by an incomparably gifted writer Stephen King has done it again This is a great book for our times During this Covid19 pandemic we need something to take us away to re learn to laugh to have a good time and to face our demonsDetective Holly Gibney is my favorite Stephen King characters She is that rare breed a totally likable person who gets into horrific messes As a King fan I am not into the sci fi up yonder dudesIn Stephen Kings new book If It Bleeds we have 4 novellas A novella is a very short book or a very long short story Mr Harrigan’s Phone is a fun theme about the technological field It tells the story of a boy Craig and Mr John Harrington Craig did odd jobs for Mr Harrington and Mr Harrington liked having him around Craig received lottery cards from Mr Harrington and won Some cash In return he gave Mr Harrington an iPhone and we see the results The Life of Chuck is written in 3 acts and tells the story of Chuck in reverse It is funny at times and will keep us entertained Rat is the dark side of the novellas It centers on a writer Drew Larson who can’t seem to finish a novel and then the troubles really beginThe fourth novellaIs If It Bleeds This is my favorite novella featuring Detective Holly Gibney and she is tracking down a monster that few believe she can tackleStephen King rarely disappoints and this book hits the spot for me It is silly to say he is a great writer because we all agree His way with words the characters he conjures in his imagination the use of novellas to fulfill his needs as a writer gives us the penultimate readRecommended prisrob 04 22 2020 pdf ´ If It Bleeds ½ Join or create book clubs

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Join or create book clubs ½ If It Bleeds mobi From #1 New York Times bestselling author legendary storyteller and master of short fiction Stephen King comes an extraordinary collection of four new and compelling novellas Mr Harrigans Phone The Life of Chuck Rat and the title storyIf It Bleedseach pulling you into intriguing and frightening places The novella is a form King has returned to over and over again in the course of his amazing career and many have been made into iconic films including The BodyStand By Me and Rita Hayworth and Shawshank RedemptionShawshank Redemption Like Four Past Midnight Different Seasons and most recently Full Dark No Stars If It Bleeds is a uniuely satisfying collection of longer short fiction by an incomparably gifted writer King sits high atop his ivory tower surveys things from his diversity lacking state of Maine and tells us all once again how awful in general white people are and in particular our President King has allowed politics to ruin every single effort of his since 2012 or so This one is no different If discrimination is indeed the father of crime as Jerome wants to say I’m going to have to turn to the crime of stealing Mr King’s work assuming I just have to read it