A couple of years ago, I read my first Stephen King story, Elevation. It’s a short novella and I loved it. It was beautiful and the characters were delicately complex – I promised myself then that I would read more Stephen King. Well, it’s been two years and I’m yet to fulfil that promise! So,
Derry, Maine is the home to many families with plenty of children running about but there is an evil there that is just starting to show its face… The children saw IT lurking in sewers and other dank, horrible places. IT would change into the creature of their worst nightmares, sometimes reaching up and killing.
Unrest’ will have you awake at night, fearful of what is in the dark. This terrifying novel follows seventeen-year-old Elliot who hasn’t slept properly for months since his accident. He sees things in his sleep that wake him up; he doesn’t sleep again for fear of seeing those nightmares again. Or are they really nightmares…?
Victor Frankenstein is obsessed with knowledge, in particular the knowledge that could lead to creating a life from dead flesh. Through his success, Frankenstein rejects his creation leading to death and tragedy in his already fragile life. My Review My Rating: 4/5 This marvellously haunting tale of a scientist bent by ambition to create life