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PDF / Epub ☉ Different Seasons Author Stephen King – Submitalink.info Rita Hayworth And Shawshank Redemption The Most Satisfying Tale Of Unjust Imprisonment And Offbeat Escape Since The Count Of Monte CristoApt Pupil A Golden California Schoolboy And An Old Man Whose Hideous Past He Uncovers Enter Into A Fateful And Chilling Mutual ParasitismThe Body Four Rambunctious Young Boys Venture Into The Maine Woods And In Sunlight And Thunder Find Life, Death, And Intimations Of Their Own MortalityThe Breathing Method A Tale Told In A Strange Club About A Woman Determined To Give Birth No Matter Whaturce Stephenking


10 thoughts on “Different Seasons

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    January 2020 Re Read update original review still belowI have finished the next book in my chronological re read of King s novels I knew I was in for a treat because I have always fondly remembered this book as one of his best It did not fail to disappoint the second time around.In the afterward, King makes the point that this book was his first release to try and s


  2. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* Shelby *trains flying monkeys* says:

    I m going to try and do this book justice..but I know it s not going to happen so do me a favor, if you have never picked this book up just stop what you are doing and run get it Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption This is perfection At 101 pages Stephen King packed a story that stays with me forever I ve been a fan of the movie version since the first time I viewed it


  3. Johann (jobis89) Johann (jobis89) says:

    Fear can hold you prisoner Hope can set you free Considered by many to be King s best collection of stories novellas, Different Seasons contains two stories that were ultimately developed into two of the greatest movies of all time The Body, which became Stand by Me, of course, and Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption the movie is obvious, no Sometimes I really hate reading an awesom


  4. Andrew Smith Andrew Smith says:

    It s definitive, Stephen King is not just a writer of horror and fantasy In truth, up to a few years ago I was convinced he was a horrormeister pure and simple At this point a friend suggested I try out his time travel epic 11 22 63 I was cured I loved it and subsequent forays into King s extensive catalogue have shown me the range of the man s work I ll comment individually on the tales but the


  5. Carol Carol says:

    WellWOW These four LONG short stories are ALL fabulousRITA HAYWORTH AND SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION 5 StarsGet busy living or get busy dying Everyone has probably seen the movie adaptation or read the book by now and knows the story about the wrongful imprisonment of banker Andy Dufresne, the horror of the sisters and his best friend at Shawshank Red, but if you haven t, you are so fortunate to have this amazing


  6. Fabian Fabian says:

    This one is closer to the MOST EXCELLENT side of the King spectrum THE GREEN MILE, CARRIE and THE STAND come to mind than the MEDIOCRE side INSOMNIA, BAG OF BONES Yeah, these tales are familiar three of the four seasons have become immortalized on celluloid Not until the last Author s Note do his intentions and his themes finally converge He wrote Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption , Apt Pupil , The Body The Br


  7. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Different seasons, Stephen KingDifferent Seasons 1982 is a collection of four Stephen King novellas with aserious dramatic bent than the horror fiction for which King is famous The four novellas are tied together via subtitles that relate to each of the four seasons The collection is notable for having had three of its four novellas turned into Hollywood films, one of which, The Shawshank Redemption, was nominated for the 19


  8. Ginger Ginger says:

    What a great compilation of short stories by Stephen King FANTASTIC I knew going into this book that I ve seen movies for two of the stories I thought, Since I ve seen the movies, do I need to read the actually book And that s a resounding YES A big HELL YES 1st story Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank RedemptionI m sure most of us have seen this movie at least once or 50 times in your life The book is so well done There were subtle diff


  9. megs_bookrack megs_bookrack says:

    I was so happy to revisit this collection last year with a group of my friends from Bookstagram.This is such a well rounded collection, in my opinion, although The Body will always be my fave A chunky book but so worth the time In fact, this was my favorite collection for many years, only recently surpassed by Full Dark, No Stars I m not sure why I didn t add it on here last year when we read it I guess the underlying take away would be that I


  10. Joe Valdez Joe Valdez says:

    Best book by Stephen King That s a question I might answer differently from month to month, but for today, I ve got Different Seasons Published in 1982, the book consists of four novellas each in the 25,000 35,000 word range , any of which might be considered one of King s better novels if expanded and published separately You might have heard of a couple of these Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption Hope Springs Eternal chronicles the internment o


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