Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King
Horror / October 6, 2012

Full dark No stars . This is the title of last book by Stephen King. Published in 2010 and already read by more than one million of readers, this book is considered a very novelty in the literary world of this author.   After fantasy and horror, King moved on a new way of writing which transforms realty in horror. Some readers don’t like this work, because they are used to old works by Stephen King. Full Dark, No Stars consists of four stories: 1922, Big driver, Fair extension and A Good Marriage. All this stories have in common episodes of violence and aggressivity against women. The first story tells about an husband who killed his wife under the eyes of his son, the second talks about a famous author who is raped by a driver in a solitary place, at night, and during her travel of return from a literary conference, the third story is, perhaps, the one which talks of horror and fear because the main characters are a seller and the devil. The last story, “A Good Marriage” is certainly that I consider the best, because it talks about a couple married from thirty years, but who…