The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
Bookreview / December 28, 2015

As you all know I have been a Stephen King fan for decades and I think I can say I read pretty much everything he ever wrote. Some books are great, some books are bad, but they have all provided for a great read. I have also said that I think King has never been the same again after his accident and I still stand by that. This collection of short stories is the latest addition to the lot and it hasn’t proven me wrong. The stories are great don’t get me wrong, but to me they are not up to the level they were before the accident. Some of the stories would fall in the horror category, but most of them are just weird or twisted. A few of them even made me think twice before I understood what they were trying to say. And that alone is something I can admire, I hate stories that just pass through your memories without leaving a trace or thought. Each story in this book is introduced by the master himself, explaining why he wrote this story and what his motivation was behind the story. I actually like these little things, as…