Minimalist Stephen King book covers illustrated by Jim Tierney 😍 there’s more, but these nine were some of the first books I read when I started getting into horror years ago, and I just had to blog about their new look 💝
In return for Jimin’s life, his health, in return for an heir to the company throne, Jimin’s father had made a deal with a dragon. A dragon.
Jimin blinks, tired of waiting, tired from his anger. He blinks, and almost misses the way the overhead lights flicker; not even during monsoon season have his lights ever flickered. He watches, wondering if he’d imagined it, but just before he dismisses the notion, it happens again. He hears a whoosh, a thump, and the electricity stabilizes
Jimin is suddenly terrified, afraid to look. He hears the balcony doors slide open, then shut. He hears a sigh, the creak of a floorboard.
“Am I really so late that you fell asleep waiting?”
a/n: I DID IT. God, I’m so relieved that I finished this. It’s been a long, long, time (two months ;;), but I’m here, and it’s done, and I hope you all enjoy! Thank you so much for all the kudos and comments thus far, it makes me feel all warm and shit :’) ♡♡♡
Can everyone take like 5 mins out of their day to watch a bap mv and realize how known they needed to be ?? Literal kings who experiment with genres, messages, dances, evERYTHING. It breaks my heart how much fans they lost bc ???? Why ??? They’re the whole package ??? Stan talent Stan perfection Stan bap
An ANTHOLOGY(yes!) series based on King’s short stories that use the Castle Rock location - Salem’s Lot, Needful Things, Shawshank, Annie Wilkes, Pennywise, Danny Torrance…
According to “The Hollywood Reporter,” the series “will
weave together characters and themes from those novels that use the
Castle Rock location.”
Subsequent seasons would then follow a different
set of characters and storylines, but would also link back to seasons
that came before.
Finally, an ANTHOLOGY format, THE PERFECT (& ONLY) format that works for the horror/supernatural/paranormal genre on TV! Thank you, J. J., for recognising that!
The teaser doesn’t reveal anything about its plotlines but just seeing those classic King titles pop up, being weaved like neurotransmitters travelling in the CNS, convening in the Brain aka Castle Rock, excites the hell out of me! BRING. IT. ON.
Genre: fiction, historial Setting: New Guinea, 1930s # of Pages: 259 Rating: 4.5/5
Lily King has done something tremendous here. I read constantly, but rarely do I sit down to read a book and look up 90 minutes later thinking only a few minutes have gone by..
Euphoria is, above all, evocative–of a time in history and a place in the world and a fledgling scientific discipline. King handles this trifecta with remarkable finesse: her story is at once steeped in history and a culture foreign to most readers, but at the same time it feels undeniably modern, immediate, and universal. King’s portrait of three very different anthropologists and the people they are attempting to understand speaks volumes about the human condition. But more compelling than this, even, is her innate understanding of how consuming an academic passion can be. For someone who has spent most of her life in classrooms, having spirited debates about the provenance of words and art and poetry and what it all means, the image of three people closeted together in the far reaches of the ‘civilized’ world, euphoric and drunk on their own discovery, is a powerful one.
Highly recommended, for readers of the inherently academic to the purely passionate.