Stephen King: Cell
When it comes to writing books, Stephen King is a machine, no doubt about that. Since his debut in 1974 with “Carrie” he has released one or more books every single year, with the exception of 1976.
I haven’t read a lot of Stephen King’s work, but those I have read have all been exiting and entertaining. Cell is no exception.
Cell is about 450 pages of thrilling entertainment and is never boring, and he only uses about eight pages to introduce the main character before the action starts. Some writers tend to use 450 pages just for that. King also writes in a way Joe Sixpack should understand, making it a book for everyone. If you like thrilling writing, that is.
One thing is for sure, when you’ve finished Cell you’ll think twice before answering the next time you get a call on your cellphone…
Graphic artist Clay Riddell was in the heart of Boston on that brilliant autumn when hell was unleashed before his eyes. Without warning, carnage and chaos reigned. Ordinary people fell victim to the basest, most animalistic destruction. And apocalypse began with the ring of a cell phone…
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