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The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King: A Review<br>

MeDhat SaaDoun By MeDhat SaaDoun Published on November 22, 2015

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Stephen King reminds us once again why he is one of the world’s greatest authors in any format he writes. In this breakthrough, thought-provoking short-story collection, he manages to share his brilliant--yet frightening--imagination, exceeding with most of his stories the perfection of storytelling. Within the path of each story, depth revolves over the core of every single story, regardless of each story’s length. Moreover, the stories felt hypnotic and were held by a steady anchor, keeping their path all together within a flooding river of authenticity. Stephen King filters a bold, groundbreaking writing style that I was even able to taste the words and feel them all over my mind, dominating all my five senses, contributing by doing so in chilling me and giving me Goosebumps all over my body, but fascinating me at the same time. It is a haunted book, which will get you all mixed up about your deepest fears and desires.

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