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THE COLLECTIVE An interesting readAN EVENING AT GODS 4An Evening at Gods is a one minute play that King wrote for a benefit evening The manuscript was auctioned on 23 April 1990 at the American Repertory Theater s Institute for Advanced Theater Training Very short and VERY funnyBEFORE THE PLAY 4 Overall Before the Play is the prologue cut from The Shining in the editing processIt is a collection of five stories loosely connected by the Overlook Hotel Four are set at the Hotel and the remaining one during Jack Torrance s childhood King also wrote After the Play but that merged into the closing sections of the novel during the editing processScene 1 The Third Floor of a Resort Hotel Fallen Upon Hard Times 5This scene deals with the construction of the Overlook Hotel and it s Grand Opening in 1909I loved this and really think it shouldn t have been removed from the bookScene 2 A Bedroom in the Wee Hours of the Morning 3This scene deals with Lottie Kilgallon Pillsbury s honeymoon at the Overlook in August of 1929 Pillsbury was King s mother s maiden name Lottie suffered a number of disturbing dreams including one in which the hotel was on fire and in another she saw the topiary move This one I didn t enjoy so muchScene 3 On the Night of the Grand Masuerade 5This scene deals with Lewis Toner head accountant and former lover of Overlook owner Horace Derwent committing suicide by overdosing in a bathtub on the night of the 1946 Grand Masuerade Ball But did heLoved itScene 4 And Now this Word from New Hampshire 3This scene deals with six year old Jacky Jack Torrance whose father came home from work drunk and broke his armInteresting read because it gives some insight into Jack s abusive behaviour towards his own son twenty two years laterScene 5 The Overlook Hotel Third Floor 1958 3This deals with a mob hit when three men kill two guards and an underworld figure in the Presidential Suite The piece closes The Overlook Hotel was at home with the dead This one was my least favouriteBLIND WILLIE 3A really great story but the ending left me feeling a little flat It was likehuh So that s it THE BLUE AIR COMPRESSOR 3I ll never look at an air compressor the same way againInteresting short story but I didn t particularly like the way it was writtenTHE CAT FROM HELL 3This is brilliant except for what happened when Halston crashed his car That was a little too out there even for me Other than that I loved itButI keep thinking about this story and that cat and all I can say is that I m glad neither of my two cats ever feel the need to curl up on any part of my bodyCHINGA 2The only reason this got 2 stars instead of 1 is because I forced myself to finish it Chinga is the tenth episode of the fifth season of the American science fiction television series The X Files It was written by Stephen King and series creator Chris Carter The episode is a Monster of the Week story a stand alone plot which is unconnected to the series wider mythology The episode received mixed reviews from television critics Why am I not surprised Perhaps with no Scully and MulderTHE CRATE 3The Crate is a short story by Stephen King first published in the July 1979 issue of Gallery In 1982 the story was adapted as a segment in the movie CreepshowThis story scared the crap out of me All I could think of when I turned off my bedside light waswhat if it can swimHorlick s University Christine The RaftWilhemina Burks The Dark Half Just call me Billie everyone does Wilma Northrup The Crate call me Billie dear everyone doesAmberson Hall one of the oldest buildings on Horlick s University campus shares its name with George Amberson 112263DAVE S RAGIn On Writing Stephen King talks about his contributions to his older brother Dave s neighborhood newspaper Dave s Rag The following are two of those storiesJUMPER 3Here from Steve s Column published during the winter of 1959 60 is his story Jumper written as three part serialA uick and an interesting read given King s age when he wrote itRUSH CALL 3Rush Call was written when King was twelve years old and published in Dave s Rag in 1960I enjoyed this one a lot than Jumper In this one I can hear King albeit a very young KingTHE DARK MAN 3This is a short poem written by King and published in 1969I don t particularly enjoy poetry but I read it because it became the inception of Randall Flagg one of my favourite King villainsProbably a must for most Constant Readers but I didn t feel I really gained anything by reading itDINO 4Dino is a poem about Dean Martin and begins Dino is dying Tragic last days say the tabloids I m generally not a big fan of poetry but this one I liked A lotThe Duke John Wayne gets a mention as does Jerry Lewis And also Rat Packers Frank Sinatra Sammy Davis Junior and Peter Lawford Whenna da moon hitsa yew eyeLike a da big pizza pie at s ARemember Yes I rememberDONOVAN S BRAIN 1Hated itFOR THE BIRDS 3From Bred Any Good Rooks Lately This at the start Okay this is a science fiction joke Me at the endgroanBut I liked it anywayTHE FURNACE 5Stephen King joined students across the United States to write an ongoing serial story on the Weekly Reader websiteKing penned the opening lines of a scary tale entitled The Furnacewhich he donated to Weekly Reader s online storytelling project Tommy s job was to get wood for the fire from the box at the bottom of thecellar stairs His mother said he wouldn t be afraid of the cellar when he got older but now he was ten and he hated it than ever Tommy was sure something was behind the furnace He sometimes thought he could hear it breathing back there and he knew it was watching him Then one day when Tommy was getting the wood the door at the top of the stairs swung shut and the cellar light went out Twenty eight children contributed What a great idea and what a great storyTHE GLASS FLOOR 3Written in 1967 The Glass Floor was King s first published story which he was paid thirty five dollarsA very short very good readA room with a glass floor appears in King s 2002 teleplay Rose RedTHE HARDCASE SPEAKS 2As I ve said before I don t enjoy poetry not even Stephen KingsHARVEY S DREAM 2Collected in Just After SunsetDisappointingYou can read it here HARRISON STATE PARK 68 2Poem UnderwhelmedHarrison State Park makes an appearance in Night Surf and The BodyIN A HALF WORLD OF TERROR 2I was ready to slam this story until I realized it had been published in 1966 Even so I didn t enyoy it In some of King s other early stories you catch glimpses of the writer he is now Not with this one I ended up skimming the last few pages just to get it finishedDreadfulIN THE KEY CHORD OF DAWN 3This poem first appeared in Contraband 2 Onan 1971I uite liked this oneJHONATHAN THE WITCHES 3King wrote this in 1956 at the age of 9 for his Aunt Gert who used to pay him a uarter per storyYou can read it hereTHE KILLER 3In 1961 a teenage Stephen King submitted his short story The Killer to Spacemen magazine The story wasn t accepted but the editor of Spacemen Forrest Ackerman would publish it in a 1994 issue of Famous Monsters of FilmlandYou can view a copy of the letter he sent with his submission here THE KING FAMILY THE WICKED WITCH 5Published in Flint Magazine in August 1977 It was illustrated by King s children Joe and Naomi King I absolutely loved this story MAN WITH A BELLY 3 Man with a Belly is a tale about a hit man who accepts an assignment that does not include murder Different but enjoyableYou can read it here MEMORY 4From this short story Duma Key came into beingMY LITTLE SERRATED SECURITY BLANKET 3 The blacksmith of horror rejoices in the potentialities of an ice ax Very short and very amusing At least I thought soTHE NEW LIEUTENANT S RAP 3Collected in Hearts in Atlantis with the title of Why We re in Vietnam THE NIGHT OF THE TIGER 3A fast good readTHE OLD DUDE S TICKER 3King has commented that the seventies slang is outdated but I thought it fit the story perfectlyI really enjoyed itPEOPLE PLACES THINGSHOTEL AT THE END OF THE ROAD 3This is the reason I don t like King s short stories I wanted Lots I VE GOT TO GET AWAY 3Loved itNEVER LOOK BEHIND YOU Stephen King Chris Chelsey 2I didn t enjoy this one so muchTHE THING AT THE BOTTOM OF THE WELL 3Reminded me just a little of PennywiseTHE STRANGER 2I didn t enjoy this one as much as the othersTHE OTHER SIDE OF THE FOG 3The end made me smileTHE CURSED EXPEDITION 3Loved itTHE REPLOIDS 2The ending left me a little up in the air At first I thought my copy was missing some pages but apparently notTHE REVELATIONS OF BECKA PAULSON 4Derry s Rebecca Paulson IT The TommyknockersGruesome but goodTHE REVENGE OF LARD ASS HOGAN 4This is the story that Gordie Lachance The Body told to his friends Chris Vern and TeddyThere is also an excellent live reading by Stephen King of The Revenge of Lard Ass Hogan The Body available on audioSilence 2Another poem mercifully shortSKYBAR 3This story was written for a contest with Doubleday Books King and other authors wrote the beginning and end of their story A national contest was held to see who could write the best middle portion The winners were to have their story published in a book titled Do It Yourself Bestseller Well done I enjoyed itSLADE 2In 1970 Slade a short story of about 5000 words was published in eight installments in the student newspaper The Maine Campus It s a Western parody about gunslinger Jack Slade who protects a damsel in distress against some outlawsA forerunner of The Gunslinger perhapsI realize this is supposed to be a parody but it didn t work for me It s dreadful And even though it s only 34 pages on my laptop I ended up skimming just to get it over and done withSUAD D 5Made me cryJosh Bortman the only survivor from Suad D came from Castle RockSTUD CITY 3Stud City is a story Gordie Lechance wrote in The BodyWEEDS THE LONESOME DEATH OF JORDY VERRILL 3Somewhat gross Cleaves MillsON WRITING EXCERPTS 4THE EARLY YEARS Always enjoyable to read about King s early lifeCARRIE THE BESTSELLER I THREW IN THE BIN I think anyone who reads King knows this oneTHE ACCIDENT He was one very lucky man and we are all extremely lucky Constant ReadersA BOOKLIST An interesting and varied listWILL WE CLOSE THE BOOK ON BOOKSHere I beg to disagree For some of us reading on our laptops or Kindles is a little easier than doing battle with a book so I find the older I get Light Traveling joke Me at the endgroanBut I liked it anywayTHE FURNACE 5Stephen King Knights vs Dinosaurs joined students across the United States to write an ongoing serial story on the Weekly Reader websiteKing penned the opening lines of a scary tale entitled The Furnacewhich he donated to Weekly Reader s online storytelling project Tommy s Knights vs Dinosaurs job was to get wood for the fire from the box at the bottom of thecellar stairs His mother said he wouldn t be afraid of the cellar when he got older but now he was ten and he hated it than ever Tommy was sure something was behind the furnace He sometimes thought he could hear it breathing back there and he knew it was watching him Then one day when Tommy was getting the wood the door at the top of the stairs swung shut and the cellar light went out Twenty eight children contributed What a great idea and what a great storyTHE GLASS FLOOR 3Written in 1967 The Glass Floor was King s first published story which he was paid thirty five dollarsA very short very good readA room with a glass floor appears in King s 2002 teleplay Rose RedTHE HARDCASE SPEAKS 2As I ve said before I don t enjoy poetry not even Stephen KingsHARVEY S DREAM 2Collected in Just After SunsetDisappointingYou can read it here HARRISON STATE PARK 68 2Poem UnderwhelmedHarrison State Park makes an appearance in Night Surf and The BodyIN A HALF WORLD OF TERROR 2I was ready to slam this story until I realized it had been published in 1966 Even so I didn t enyoy it In some of King s other early stories you catch glimpses of the writer he is now Not with this one I ended up skimming the last few pages Goodnight Moon just to get it finishedDreadfulIN THE KEY CHORD OF DAWN 3This poem first appeared in Contraband 2 Onan 1971I uite liked this oneJHONATHAN THE WITCHES 3King wrote this in 1956 at the age of 9 for his Aunt Gert who used to pay him a uarter per storyYou can read it hereTHE KILLER 3In 1961 a teenage Stephen King submitted his short story The Killer to Spacemen magazine The story wasn t accepted but the editor of Spacemen Forrest Ackerman would publish it in a 1994 issue of Famous Monsters of FilmlandYou can view a copy of the letter he sent with his submission here THE KING FAMILY THE WICKED WITCH 5Published in Flint Magazine in August 1977 It was illustrated by King s children Joe and Naomi King I absolutely loved this story MAN WITH A BELLY 3 Man with a Belly is a tale about a hit man who accepts an assignment that does not include murder Different but enjoyableYou can read it here MEMORY 4From this short story Duma Key came into beingMY LITTLE SERRATED SECURITY BLANKET 3 The blacksmith of horror rejoices in the potentialities of an ice ax Very short and very amusing At least I thought soTHE NEW LIEUTENANT S RAP 3Collected in Hearts in Atlantis with the title of Why We re in Vietnam THE NIGHT OF THE TIGER 3A fast good readTHE OLD DUDE S TICKER 3King has commented that the seventies slang is outdated but I thought it fit the story perfectlyI really enjoyed itPEOPLE PLACES THINGSHOTEL AT THE END OF THE ROAD 3This is the reason I don t like King s short stories I wanted Lots I VE GOT TO GET AWAY 3Loved itNEVER LOOK BEHIND YOU Stephen King Chris Chelsey 2I didn t enjoy this one so muchTHE THING AT THE BOTTOM OF THE WELL 3Reminded me A Hundred Summers just a little of PennywiseTHE STRANGER 2I didn t enjoy this one as much as the othersTHE OTHER SIDE OF THE FOG 3The end made me smileTHE CURSED EXPEDITION 3Loved itTHE REPLOIDS 2The ending left me a little up in the air At first I thought my copy was missing some pages but apparently notTHE REVELATIONS OF BECKA PAULSON 4Derry s Rebecca Paulson IT The TommyknockersGruesome but goodTHE REVENGE OF LARD ASS HOGAN 4This is the story that Gordie Lachance The Body told to his friends Chris Vern and TeddyThere is also an excellent live reading by Stephen King of The Revenge of Lard Ass Hogan The Body available on audioSilence 2Another poem mercifully shortSKYBAR 3This story was written for a contest with Doubleday Books King and other authors wrote the beginning and end of their story A national contest was held to see who could write the best middle portion The winners were to have their story published in a book titled Do It Yourself Bestseller Well done I enjoyed itSLADE 2In 1970 Slade a short story of about 5000 words was published in eight installments in the student newspaper The Maine Campus It s a Western parody about gunslinger Jack Slade who protects a damsel in distress against some outlawsA forerunner of The Gunslinger perhapsI realize this is supposed to be a parody but it didn t work for me It s dreadful And even though it s only 34 pages on my laptop I ended up skimming Cross Laminated Timber Design just to get it over and done withSUAD D 5Made me cryJosh Bortman the only survivor from Suad D came from Castle RockSTUD CITY 3Stud City is a story Gordie Lechance wrote in The BodyWEEDS THE LONESOME DEATH OF JORDY VERRILL 3Somewhat gross Cleaves MillsON WRITING EXCERPTS 4THE EARLY YEARS Always enjoyable to read about King s early lifeCARRIE THE BESTSELLER I THREW IN THE BIN I think anyone who reads King knows this oneTHE ACCIDENT He was one very lucky man and we are all extremely lucky Constant ReadersA BOOKLIST An interesting and varied listWILL WE CLOSE THE BOOK ON BOOKSHere I beg to disagree For some of us reading on our laptops or Kindles is a little easier than doing battle with a book so I find the older I get


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    Stephen King ´ 1 FREE READ EBOOK DOWNLOAD [The Collective] AUTHOR Stephen King Some interesting notations and thought provoking alternatives and poems and a previously unpublished preuel addition to King's Dark Tower

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