My Review of Stephen King’s FULL DARK, NO STARS

Full Dark, No StarsFull Dark, No Stars by Stephen King

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Can’t help but enjoy S. King’s writings. For the first time, though, I have been made to feel uncomfortable, uneasy, in a completely unique way. These stories were dark in a different way than King’s usual writings–more personal, and therefore more visceral. Do read, but be aware, when the title says “Full Dark”, it really is fully and completely dark.

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I have been fascinated by the unusual all my life. One of my very first written works was a school assignment exploring the validity of ESP and paranormal phenomena. Though I was very young at the time, I immediately found myself fascinated by performers like Yuri Gellar and David Copperfield, and these days I'm absolutely blown away by people like Derren Brown. Even today, I want to believe that abilities exist which have no valid scientific explanation. I have been reading Stephen King novels for as long as I can remember, and I'm a sucker for tv shows like "The X Files" and "LOST". One of these days, I'll tell all the stories that have been floating around in my head while I've been busy trying to live life.