shares the best books of all-time Stephen King º Skeleton Crew↠ tudor period Î Ebook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

Skeleton Crew The Raft is a horror short story by Stephen King first published as a booklet included with Gallery in November 1982, and collected in King s 1985 collection Skeleton Crew. Free Read [ Skeleton Crew ] by [ Stephen King ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

    10 thoughts on “shares the best books of all-time Stephen King º Skeleton Crew↠ tudor period Î Ebook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

  1. This scared the hell out of me I couldn t finish I got rid of the collection It s that scary.

  2. Technically I ve already reviewed this story or rather Skeleton Crew, the short story collection it comes from , and technically I don t review short stories on this site But I want to catalogue my use of the story in my horror literature class this week Plus, I am pining for that stunning vintage paperback copy of the story If anyone has one The Raft is one of my favourite horror stories, even while it is riddled with problematic depictions of gender, especially women Since all the dep Technically I ve already reviewed this story or rather Skeleton Crew, the short story collection it comes from , and technically I don t review short stories on this site But I want to catalogue my use of the story in my horror literature class this week Plus, I am pining for that stunning vintage paperback copy of the story If anyon...

  3. This is definitely a very well written horror story I really don t know what to think, it inspires terror because of the rawness of what happens to the main characters, it destroys your hope that the story could end well, pretty soon after you start reading it I only recently started reading stories by Stephen King and I think I took the fact that Stephen King wrote terrifying Thrillers and horror stories far too lightly If you are looking for a story that will send chills down your spins f This is definitely a very well written horror story I really don t kn...

  4. The dark imagery that King creates in his shorts is really one of its kind.After an insipid start to his works, I m beginning to see what a gifted writer he is.

  5. This one fucking scared me I always knew that swirly shit leaking out of my boat onto the water wasn t just oil and gas.

  6. One of the most chilling short stories I have ever read A bleak, somewhat amorphous take on the monster in the lake scenario, you find yourself feeling like you too are running out of time.

  7. JUST as good as my original read 20 years ago What the heck IS that thing

  8. This story had the most horrifically detailed deaths and I loved every gut wrenching minute of it Stephen King really is incredible with his descriptions.

  9. This one is a pretty quick and predictable read SK was able to make the characters stand outthan anything else However, the thing in the sea wasn t given so much detail.It s like watching a B movie with all the characters dying, a football player, a cheer leader, an uptight girl etc.

  10. Quite a creepy story by Stephen King As an audiobook it was well read but i feel that the story wasn t his best work and the ending.well what ending is all i can say Withwork to the ending I would have thoughtof this short story.