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kindle Û Flight or Fright 17 Turbulent Tales 332 pages ☆ Stephen King ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ Flight or Fright 17 Turbulent Tales By Stephen King – Helpyouantib.co.uk Fasten your seatbelts for an anthology of turbulent tales curated by Stephen King and Bev Vincent This exciting new anthology H youWelcome to Flight or Fright an anthology about all the things that can go horribly wrong when you're suspended six miles in the air hurtling through space at than 500 mph and sealed up in a metal tube like gulp a coffin with hundreds of strangers All the ways your trip into the friendly skies can turn into a nightmare including some we'll bet you've never thought of before but now you will the next time you walk There is a certain majestic nature to being far above the clouds crossing the country or an ocean while receiving small bags of snacks and watered down drinks Air travel has long been the go to means of getting from one place to another especially with the ongoing technological advancements for the general public However Stephen King and Bev Vincent seek to dispel this bucolic myth with their collection of short stories about flying all of which explore levels of fear or evil when it comes to being in the air The collection of seventeen pieces keeps the reader enthralled with stories from many authors who penned their works at different times during the progress of flight over the past century From stories about cargo trips back from Jonestown to ever elusive gremlins on the wing through to pieces about a nuclear war commencing during the middle of a continental flight and even the joys of having an airplane before a crime scene during an in flight murder King and Vincent seek to spook the reader just a little as they learn about the many ways in which flight could be anything but safe With wonderfully gripping pieces some as short as a single paragraph the editors offer a jam packed adventure that would put any security scanning line to shame when it comes to horrific experiences A great anthology that will keep many a reader wanting to plant their feet on terra firms for the foreseeable future Highly recommended for those who enjoy short stories that differ greatly from one another and those who are not put off by some of the predictable disasters that could await any airline passenger Having long been a fan of Stephen King—and an avid flier—I was eager to get my hands on this piece to see the sorts of authors and stories that were gathered to create this nightmarish collection Not only are the pieces entirely uniue from one another but they span the entirety of the flight experience Some authors penned their stories not long after the Wright Brothers made their brief sojourn into the air while others tackle topics of a Cold War era or even when travel was as sleek as could be imagined This great cross section of writing enriches the collection even though there is a theme of fear within each piece As the editors offer a brief synopsis of the piece to come the reader is able to place it into context and can—should they wish—notice the chronological and technological progresses made in air travel As the reader is introduced to scores of characters in a variety of settings they can relate to as many as they like while endeavouring not to scare themselves with vivid imaginings of what could go wrong The choice of stories was wonderful as was the varied lengths of the pieces on offer However perhaps I should not have read this days before I would board a plane Now then which button was actually used to bring down the plane and not summon assistance for additional pretzels?Kudos Messrs King and Vincent for this captivating collection I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and hope you’ll continue to collaborate again soon This book fulfils Topic #1Collecting Words in the Euinox #6 Reading Challenge Likehate the review? An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge

Flight or Fright 17 Turbulent TalesH youWelcome to Flight or Fright an anthology about all the things that can go horribly wrong when you're suspended six miles in the air hurtling through space at than 500 mph and sealed up in a metal tube like gulp a coffin with hundreds of strangers All the ways your trip into the friendly skies can turn into a nightmare including some we'll bet you've never thought of before but now you will the next time you walk There is a certain majestic nature to being far above the clouds crossing the country or an ocean while receiving small bags of snacks and watered down drinks Air travel has long been the go to means of getting from one place to another especially with the ongoing technological advancements for the general public However Stephen King and Bev Vincent seek to dispel this bucolic myth with their collection of short stories about flying all of which explore levels of fear or evil when it comes to being in the air The collection of seventeen pieces keeps the reader enthralled with stories from many authors who penned their works at different times during the progress of flight over the past century From stories about cargo trips back from Jonestown to ever elusive gremlins on the wing through to pieces about a nuclear war commencing during the middle of a continental flight and even the joys of having an airplane before a crime scene during an in flight murder King and Vincent seek to spook the reader just a little as they learn about the many ways in which flight could be anything but safe With wonderfully gripping pieces some as short as a single paragraph the editors offer a jam packed adventure that would put any security scanning line to shame when it comes to horrific experiences A great anthology that will keep many a reader wanting to plant their feet on terra firms for the foreseeable future Highly recommended for those who enjoy short stories that differ greatly from one another and those who are not put off by some of the predictable disasters that could await any airline passenger Having long been a fan of Stephen King—and an avid flier—I was eager to get my hands on this piece to see the sorts of authors and stories that were gathered to create this nightmarish collection Not only are the pieces entirely uniue from one another but they span the entirety of the flight experience Some authors penned their stories not long after the Wright Brothers made their brief sojourn into the air while others tackle topics of a Cold War era or even when travel was as sleek as could be imagined This great cross section of writing enriches the collection even though there is a theme of fear within each piece As the editors offer a brief synopsis of the piece to come the reader is able to place it into context and can—should they wish—notice the chronological and technological progresses made in air travel As the reader is introduced to scores of characters in a variety of settings they can relate to as many as they like while endeavouring not to scare themselves with vivid imaginings of what could go wrong The choice of stories was wonderful as was the varied lengths of the pieces on offer However perhaps I should not have read this days before I would board a plane Now then which button was actually used to bring down the plane and not summon assistance for additional pretzels?Kudos Messrs King and Vincent for this captivating collection I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and hope you’ll continue to collaborate again soon This book fulfils Topic #1Collecting Words in the Euinox #6 Reading Challenge Likehate the review? An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge

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Flight or Fright 17 Turbulent Tales ↠ Fasten your seatbelts for an anthology of turbulent tales curated by Stephen King and Bev Vincent This exciting new anthology perfect for airport or airplane reading includes an original introduction and story notes for each story by Stephen King along with brand new stories from Stephen King and Joe HillAbout the BookStephen King hates to flyNow he and co editor Bev Vincent would like to share this fear of flying wit Stephen King is afraid of something that I’m not He’s afraid of flying Don’t get me wrong I have a lot of funky little fears and phobias it’s just that flying isn’t one of them So I saw this new anthology aptly titled Flight or Fright and I saw it as a personal dare from the King himself Could he and his co editor Bev Vincent curate a collection of stories that would seep through the cracks and unsettle my nerves enough to make me afraid to fly?There is a definitive answer here but before I tell you let’s unpack my reader’s experience shall we?The cover of the book reads “17 Turbulent Tales” then you open the book to read the Table of Contents and a who’s who Even though several of the stories are by some of my favorite authors I was disappointed in the “Boys Only” guest list There are several ladies of horror that I have enjoyed over the last few years that I would have loved to see a new story from Ania Ahlborn Kristi DeMeester Nadia Bulkin or Alma Katsu just to name a few A missed opportunity for sureMoving on Stephen King’s intro Having been a Constant Reader since I was thirteen and owning everything he has ever put out I can say with confidence that King’s intros are some of my favorite This is no exception I will never tire of sitting at his feet and hearing his personal anecdotes It was informative to have his fingerprints on each story as well; introducing each author with a blurb about the taleReaders who love all kinds of genres not just horror will enjoy that there is something for everyone in this themed anthology Something for sci fi lovers history buffs thriller junkiesmaybe you like social commentary poetry humor? I was really impressed with the wide range of voices genres and styles represented hereOf course many people myself included will want to buy this for the new original stories by Stephen King and his son Joe HillA word about those twoI’m a huge fan of both their careers I read all of their books I stay updated on everything they do and I watch all the movie adaptations TV shows and graphic novelizations I can get my hands on That being said I don’t mind being critical of their work I get to be a fangirl and a reviewer at the same time I was a little disappointed with both of their contributions to this collection I wanted Stephen King’s offering to be meatier the story felt like the bones of a good story but there was nothing to sink my teeth into it was a bony tale with no fleshy bitsJoe Hill’s story was uite the opposite actually it seemed that Hill had a lot to say but with this being a short story collection there wasn’t ample time to say it and I felt like this social commentaryterrorism thriller could have been impactful with time spent on building the story and charactersOverall I loved spending time with several of my favorite authors including Dan Simmons Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Ray Bradbury and Roald Dahl Some standout stories for me was the first one Cargo by E Michael Lewis and Nightmare at 20000 Feet by Richard Matheson As I closed the book I asked myself Flight or Fright? And the answer was clear FLIGHT There’s a whole world out there I want to see and flying is the safest way to get around but you take the challenge and see for yourself eBook ↠ Flight or Fright 17 Turbulent Tales ì Stephen King

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Stephen King ì Flight or Fright 17 Turbulent Tales doc Down the jetway and place your fate in the hands of a total strangerFeaturing brand new stories by Joe Hill and Stephen King as well as fourteen classic tales and one poem from the likes of Richard Matheson Ray Bradbury Roald Dahl Dan Simmons and many others Flight or Fright is as King says ideal airplane reading especially on stormy descents Even if you are safe on the ground you might want to buckle up nice and tigh 35Flight or Fright is a collection of horrormystery short stories solely happening in midairIt is edited by Stephen King and also includes one of his short stories My favorites were Two Minutes Forty Five Seconds by Dan Simmons You Are Released by Joe Hill and obviously The Turbulence Expert by Stephen King Before each story there is also an introduction by the master himselfSo buckle up and fly high