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Salems Lot Thousands Of Miles Away From The Small Township Of Salem S Lot, Two Terrified People, A Man And A Boy, Still Share The Secrets Of Those Clapboard Houses And Tree Lined Streets They Must Return To Salem S Lot For A Final Confrontation With The Unspeakable Evil That Lives On In The Town.


10 thoughts on “Salems Lot

  1. says:

    There was a time once when vampires were ruthless predators and not the misunderstood brooding and essentially harmless creatures Ahhhh, good old scary times Vampire stories have been around for a long time after all, people love a good scare, and what isterrifying than a monster showing up at night and sucking the life essence out of you But leave it to Stephen King to turn the terror up a notch, add a ...


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    Well this is annoying times two I just wrote a review and lost it, and then there s the other issue.What other issue Oh, the one where my 14 year old self of infinite wisdom and experience remembered a boring tale lacking truly epic blood and guts from what should be a vampire tale in a small town If that 14 year old could have had his way, then 80% of the novel would have been excised for being too character driven, too focused on hundreds of characters only set up to be knocked down in gru Well this is annoying times two I just wrote a review and lost it, and then there s the other issue.What other issue Oh, the one where my 14 year old self of infinite wisdom and experience remembered a boring tale lacking truly epic blood and guts from what should be a vampire tale in a small town If that 14 year old could have had his way, then 80% of the novel would have been excised for being too character driven, too focused on hundreds of characters only set up to be knocked down in gruesome death or undeath , and too detail driven and poorly paced for a thriller Damn, I was a dipshit I m not saying that I m no longer a dipshit, mind you, just that I think that kid was a real idiot I mean, I d only been reading anything at all for less than a year and 8 months of that was focused on learning how to read Of course I was going to be influencedby the all the slasher movies rather than novel construction I even watched the crapfest that I considered the made for tv movie based on this...


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    I was a bit of a wimp before I entered my teen yearsso I stayed away from anything vampire My first vampire experience was Love at First Bite, and not knowing it was a comedy yes, it was before you could Google I put on a brave face for the friend that invited me and entered the movie theater terrified by what I would see Luckily the evenly tanned George Hamilton awaited mealong with some mighty impressive disco dancing The scary blood suckers would have to wait to frighten me Next I was a bit of a wimp before I entered my teen yearsso I stayed away from anything vampire My first vampire experience was Love at First Bite, and not knowing it was a comedy yes, it was before you could Google I put on a brave face for the friend that invited me and entered the movie theater terrified by what I would see Luckily the e...


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    Vampires.Years after I first read it, I can truthfully say that this is still on a short list of scariest books I have ever read King at his best An American re telling of Dracula, King stays close to the vampire ...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I hate vampires I hate them and I hate books about them I hate the way they re romanticized and sexualized and just generally presented in modern fiction That s why I loved this book King doesn t shy away from the fact that vampires are creatures of horror and he presents them as such They are vile, violent, and everywhere, and that s the way I like them.The characters pitted against them, particularly the priest, are compelling and almost too human to face the vampires And, in the end, th I hate vampires I hate them and I hate books about them I hate the way they re romanticized and sexualized and just generally presented in modern fiction That s why I loved this book King doesn t shy away from the fact that vampires are creatures of horror and he presents them as such They are vile, violent, and everywhere, and that s the way I like them.The characters pitted agains...


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    The last time I picked up a King novel, my inclination towards critical analysis of a text was still just a budding obsession Now it is an enduring preoccupation Try as I may, I cannot overlook the subtle slips in King s plot arrangement and characterization anythe inevitability of women being cast in the molds of the lover or the victim of abuse or the tactless ingenue is a veritable threat to my fangirlism This is not to mention the tropes of themagical negroand other assorted The last time I picked up a King novel, my inclination towards critical analysis of a text was still just a budding obsession Now it is an enduring preoccupation Try as I may, I cannot overlook the subtle slips in King s plot arrangement and characterization anythe inevitability of women being cast in the molds of the lover or the victim of abuse or the tactless ingenue is a veritable threat to my fangirlism This is not to mention the tropes of themagical negroand other assorted cliched representations of people of color And yet I cannot challenge the legitimacy of his repute as a master story teller Even though it has been many years since I picked up my first King title from the bookshelves of a friend, his words still make me break out in goose flesh in the middle o...


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    City folk have a distinct misconception about small towns We tend to believe that they are tranquil and innocent That the denizens are wholesome and full of family values But, we don t see the hidden rot that lurks beneath the sleepy facade.Stephen King does a lot to shatter that myth with Salem s Lot This a horror novel about a vampire who destroys a town from the inside out This is a horror story about the darkness that we don t see clearly or maybe we ignore about our friends, familie City folk have a distinct misconception about small towns We tend to believe that they are tranquil and innocent That the denizens are wholesome and full of family values But, we don t see the hidden rot that lurks beneath the sleepy facade.Stephen King does a lot to shatter that myth with Salem s Lot This a horror novel about a vampire who destroys a town...


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    When writer Ben Mears moves back to Salem s Lot, a sleepy Maine town he spent a few years living in as a child, he has bitten offthan he can chew Salem s lot is home to an ancient evil Can Ben Mears and his friends stop the vampire in their midst before falling victim to his lust for blood One of the great things about getting older is that old books magically be...


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    I just finished a re read of this book with the Horror Aficionados group here at Goodreads I m so glad that I participated Remember little Ralphie Glick I first read this book in junior high or high school It s been about 30 years since then, unfortunately I ve read The Stand and IT a couple of times each, but I never did pick this one up again Finally, that has been rectified and what a payoff I forgot how well this story wrapped its arms around the reader and refused to let them go We me I just finished a re read of this book with the Horror Aficionados group here at Goodreads I m so glad that I participated Remember little Ralphie Glick I first read this book in junior high or high school It s been about 30 years since then, unfortunately I v...