‘Salem’s Lot (1975)

Read my thoughts on the spine-tingling classic tale, ‘Salem’s Lot by Stephen King. king actually considers this to be his favorite of his own stories which is really saying something for such an accomplished author. I have to agree that it is one of his finest, but you can follow the link and decide for yourself!

The Well-Red Mage

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Sometimes dead is better.
-Stephen King, Pet Sematary

img_1140 “The following is a contributor post by the Midnight Mystic Mage.”

I will be reviewing the novel ‘Salem’s Lot by Stephen King in this post. ‘Salem’s Lot is short for Jerusalem’s Lot in case the initial apostrophe was throwing anybody off or had you wondering. I actually was able to read the book and watch the first movie as well and I really enjoyed both of them. The book has been mentioned by King on more than one occasion as his favorite story that he has written, and it is with good reason that he would say that. King does a wonderful job portraying a small town setting and really making the character’s relatable. You cannot help but get sucked into the story and feel close to many of the people within the town. My personal favorite character was the teacher Matt…

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